The recent announcement that clueless Hollywood will make a biopic lionizing Jack Kevorkian got me looking back into my files about the ghoulish, unemployable pathologist. Even I had forgotten just how surreal that period in history was. In this NRO piece, citing his own words, I describe the motives that drove Kevorkian to commit serial assisted suicides and become, for a brief infamous period, the most famous doctor in the world.

Articles by Wesley J. Smith

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