When Margaret Thatcher was elected PM (“ ‘She led, she didn’t follow’,” International, April 22), Britain was called the “old man of Europe.” Britain was dying. Thatcher turned Britain around economically. To accomplish this, though, Thatcher had to destroy entire ways of life that would disappear forever, never to return.
Redefining the moment of death, why it’s not permanent for a while—and who to bring back
CARDIAC ARREST IS the only condition that will one day affect every one of us, says Dr. Sam Parnia, an intensive care physician, director of resuscitation research at Stony Brook University school of medicine in New York and author of the new book Erasing Death.
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