A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities
This book reveals the stigma attached to disabled persons in Canadian society and continues the debate surrounding Robert Latimer and Tracy Latimer. A Voice Unheard shows the positive options for Canadians with disabilities and reveals the opinion held by many people with disabilities that death was not Tracy Latimer's only option.
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