Assisted Suicide

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Should assisted suicide become totally legal in the U.S.? Well, that is the question that Mr. Stephen Carter seems to brutally review in his article “Rush to a Lethal Judgement,” where it appears that he takes a stance against assisted suicide. He makes a very week argument though, and I feel he would fail at convincing most anyone. His thoughts are well organized, but he fails to really take a side on the debate …

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…I believe the author did a poor job of presenting and supporting his argument. I felt the evidence he used was unbiased and therefore did not offer any support to the point he was trying to make. Also, there was no clear stance throughout the paper until the very end leaving the reader only to wonder where the author was leading him/her. For these reasons I think the essay could have been better presented.