A Good Death

A Good Death

Having a good death is our final human right, argues Sandra Martin in this updated and expanded version of her bestselling and award-winning social history of the right to die movement in Canada and around the world.

Winner of the BC National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction, finalist for both the Donner Prize in Public Policy and the Dafoe Prize for History, A Good Death has a new chapter on Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying Law.  The law allows mentally competent… (more)

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With cool yet compassionate prose, she lays out all the legal and political ramifications on the table and then spins your chair around, makes you sit beside an actual, tortuous death. Then another. And another.

Book Details  

Publisher: Patrick Crean Editions (April 12, 2016)

Language: English

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