Thursday, September 8, 2011
The Disability Rights Movement
Looking for a text on the history of the disability rights movement? Beginning with Franklin Roosevelt's time to today, authors Doris Fleischer and Frieda Zames look at the history of the movement from a research study perspective in their book, The disability rights movement: From charity to confrontation. This history is told through many first-hand accounts and descriptions of those who were there. One reviewer claims the book is "...an excellent primer on a wide variety of current disability issues..."
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