Last year, in Washington v. Glucksberg, the Supreme Court decided that the Constitution does not afford us a right to commit assisted suicide. I endorse this conclusion. I might less modestly say that it endorses me, for the Court's understanding of freedom is similar to the one I propose in What Are Freedoms For?, and the theory it rejects is the one I am most concerned to combat.
John H. Garvey, Control Freaks, 47 DRAKE L. REV. 1 (1998).