This firsthand account of September 11, written by a paramedic on the scene, chronicles the days before and after the collapse of the World Trade Center towers. Frank Rella describes the paramedic crew stationed at St. Vincent's Hospital in lower Manhattan, the eerie foreshadowing of the coming disaster, and his encounter with a Middle Eastern man who offered a tarot card reading. Rella details how he and his partner arrived at Ground Zero just as the second tower collapsed and rescued a fire-fighter who was having a heart attack. The vivid descriptions of turf battles between paramedics and fire department personnel at Ground Zero and elsewhere will arouse controversy and interest.
""Frank Rella--paramedic. One of our heroes."
1 Introduction: Ethical Dimensions of Public Policy - Jonathan Boston, Andrew Bradstock, and David Eng Part One: Ethical Foundations 2 Behavioral Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy: Paving the road to freedom or serfdom? - Morris Altman 3 Go and Do Likewise: The parable of the Good Samaritan and the challenge of public ethics - Chris Marshall 4 Who Then Is My Neighbor? Ethical decision making around our international obligations - contribution of human rights theory and practice - Margaret Bedggood 5 Justice as Collective Capability - Karen Baehler 6 Considerations of Distributive Justice in the Context of Climate Change Mitigation - Frieder Lempp, Lucas Kengmana, and Jonathan Boston Part Two: Ethics and Policy Making 7 Beyond Serving a Purpose: Additional ethical focuses for public policy agents - Vanessa Scholes 8 Ethics of Not-Very-Targeted Government Interventions - TM Wilkinson 9 Making Fair Funding Decisions for High-Cost Health Care: The case of Herceptin in New Zealand - Elizabeth Fenton 10 Can Policy Be Ethical Without Consumer Input?- Hilary Stace and Martin Sullivan Part Three: Sustainability and Progress 11 The Ethics of a Sustainable Economy: Implications for public policy - Robert Howell and Wayne Cartwright 12 Measuring New Zealand's Progress Using a Sustainable Development Approach - Rachael Milicich 13 Cooperative Environmental Management: Taking care of New Zealand's unique natural resources in more effective ways - Karlheinz Knickel, Guy Salmon, and Susanne von Muenchhausen 14 Equity and Sustainable Development - Paul Dalziel and Caroline Saunders 15 Rethinking Progress: Evaluation of the Wellington Regional Genuine Progress Index - Aaron Packard and Ralph Chapman 16 Recent Challenges to the Ethics Underlying Official Statistics in New Zealand - Sharleen Forbes, Vince Galvin, Andrew Hunter, Paul Maxwell, and Whetu Wereta
Number Of Pages: 199
Published: 1st September 2003
Publisher: Princeton Book Company
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88
Weight (kg): 0.45