Creation of rights in a corpse The market for human body parts Removing transplantable organs of capital felons Organ-removal statutes and the United States constitution The need for a new method of execution Other necessary changes in capital punishment laws Practical considerations.
"In its second edition, this book continues the debate on whether transplantable organs of executed capital felons should be used to save lives. It provides relevant data and information necessary for making an informed and intelligent decision on this matter. The author argues that the constitution supports the removal of transplantable organs from executed capital felons"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 167-179) and index.
KF3827.D66 P35 2014
9780786479900 softcover alkaline paper 0786479906 softcover alkaline paper 9781476616360 (e-book)