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Product Information No Pity; People with Disabilities Forging a New Civil Rights Movement

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This is a history of the disability rights movement. There is no pity or tragedy in disability--it is society's myths, fears, and stereotypes that make being disabled difficult.

 Author(s): Joseph P. Shapiro

Published in:1993

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