RECOMMENDED READING: Biomedical Ethics in a Canadian Context by Eike-Henner Kluge (Prentice Hall 1991) Chapter 10: The Ethics of Deliberate Death This is the finest scholarly analysis of the false distinctions between "active" and "passive" euthanasia. Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide and AIDS by Russel D. Ogden (Perreault Goodman 1994) This is the controversial M.A. thesis by Simon Fraser University Criminology student Ruusel Ogden which explores the "assisted suicide" underground in Vancouver's AIDS community. Available directly in paperback from the Right to Die Society of Canada. (P. O. Box 39018, Victoria BC V8V 4X8) Departing Drugs by Christopher G. Docker, Cheryl K, Smith and other international experts. The book which goes "beyond Final Exit" in its scientific information about methods, drugs and dosages conducive to successful suicide. Available ONLY if you have been a member of a right to die society anywhere in the world for at least three months. Available exclusively in Canada from The Right to Die Society of Canada. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Deciding to Die: What You Should Consider by Stephen Jamison A step-by-step guide through the emotional and psychological questions involved in planning successful self-deliverance, written by one of the most experienced Death Counsellors in North America. 48 pages. $11.50 including postage. Available from The Right to Die Society of Canada (not sold in bookstores).