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Smith Family: Assisted Suicide
Smith family: Assisted suicide

Alan Smith's parents had met at a military installation in Japan after World War II. His father, John Smith, was an American naval officer from a small affluent community outside Boston; his Japanese mother, Kyoko, was fluent in English and the secretary for one of the high-ranking naval officers. John and Kyoko had met at the military base, and several months after they met they married and moved to the United States. Fortunately, John was able to be stationed in the Boston area close to his own parents. The couple adjusted to their community, and Kyoko's charm and fluency in English, as well as her knowledge of Western culture, made it possible for her to be easily accepted ...

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