Medicine: Potter & Euthanasia

A good-looking woman osteopath of Miami tossed the subject of "mercy deaths" into the news again last week by poisoning her incurably sick daughter Barbara and then trying to kill herself. In a typical note Dr. Frances A. Tuttle tried to explain: "Barbara is sick. . . . I don't want her to stay behind and suffer. . . . I am too tired and sick to hold on."

To an emotional Manhattan theorizer who has successively been a Baptist, Unitarian and Universalist preacher, and now is a New Humanist, an Extra-Sensory Perceptionist* and...

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