The Right to Die

The Right to Die

The Courageous Canadians Who Gave Us the Right to A Dignified Death

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Examines the topic of assisted suicide in Canada through the use of stories about Canadians who fought for their right to die in a dignified manner.
Publisher: Toronto : James Lorimer & Company, [2016]
Copyright Date: ♭2016
ISBN: 9781459411166
1459411161
Characteristics: 290 pages :,illustrations

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wickun
Apr 18, 2017

This is a well written book that handles a difficult topic with tact and grace.

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rpavlacic
Jul 04, 2016

While providing a fair but less than satisfactory history of the right to die movement in Canada, up to and including the 2015 Supreme Court decision that legalized assisted suicide, this book tries to draw a moral equivalency between people who wanted to die at a time of their choosing, like Sue Rodriguez, and those who died at the hands of others who couldn't speak for themselves, like Tracy Latimer. There is and can be none.

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