Interviews with a paramedic, a social worker, an undertaker, and a mother about their experiences with death and dying
His way is gentle but deliberate. He wastes no words, though details are terribly important to him. He was for many years the general manager of a honey company in Stockton, California.
For some this glimpse of the Great Depression will be a return voyage, but it is intended principally for those who did not live through it, who live today amid affluence that, to put it stuffily, makes them a deprived generation—deprived of the sometimes valuable experience of deprivation.