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Whose life is it, anyway?

Terri Schiavo will not die in vain, said Kathleen Parker in the Orlando Sentinel. As the severely brain-damaged woman faded away this week in a Florida nursing home, disconnected by court order from her feeding tube, she forced our nation to confront some profound questions. What, exactly, makes a life worth living?

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