30 Years of IJSE: Festschrift in honour of Professor John by Guest editor: Barrie Pettman.

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9). For instance, the latter have a capacity to slaughter around 2,500 head per day compared with the larger Longworth et al. (2001, Ch. 9) Chinese abattoirs that can only slaughter up to 400 head per day. 19. “Green product” registration has emerged from chemophobia-related concern by predominantly affluent urban consumers over food produced in intensive agricultural regions. 20. A more detailed discussion of the impact of beef industry development on herder incomes and rangeland degradation in the pastoral region appears in Brown et al.

The second significant consideration is “a ‘careful description’ of the asserted fundamental liberty interest” for the very reason of the weighty constitutional protection provided by the Fourteenth Amendment. It only allows the government’s infringement of the exercise of the right for the achievement of legitimate state interests. Under the Due Process Clause, when a specific liberty interest is at stake, the government bears the burden of proving that the intervention is practically necessary to achieve in a measured way legitimate state interests.

Death had to be imminent, as commonly defined in hours or a few days, even with the life-supports. If the definition of “life-sustaining” demands that death be imminent or inevitable even with the use of such treatment, then why consider withdrawing it at all? Often it is the very treatment that is extending life, so that death is not imminent or “inevitable”, at least for a time. Obviously the physician would have to struggle with the question whether death will occur in spite of the treatment that is sustaining vital functions and postponing clinical death.

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