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How the “Right to Die” Came to America
Provided by National Center for Life and Liberty

Most Americans are able to identify Roe v. Wade as the 1973 United States Supreme Court case that established a constitutional right for women to abort their unborn babies at the beginning of life. However, not many Americans are able to similarly identify the important court cases that paved the way for “right to die” laws and the acceptance of euthanasia or mercy killing in America. This new constitutional so-called “right to die” involves the ability to terminate those at the end of life---many of whom are elderly or disabled, or who lack a particular “quality of life” or whose care is determined to be “futile.”