Delirium by Susan Kaye Quinn. (novelette) Insurance Adjusters decide when a person’s cost-benefit analysis has fallen too far. If you’re not likely to do anything productive for the world, but your healthcare is still expensive, they have their collectors whack you and give your potential energy to somebody else. (This speaks to modern American fears in the face of Obamacare and the imminent social security breakdown.)
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