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The ABC-CLIO Companion to the Disability Rights Movement
Authors: Fred Pelka
This book is a general introduction to the many influences on the Disability Rights Movement. Nearly 500 alphabetically arranged entries explore landmark laws and court cases, prominent figures, historic events, issues, notable programs, key concepts, and centers of disability culture and education. With a detailed chronology, extensive cross-referencing, illustrations, and a subject index, this volume is an exceptionally useful reference for anyone seeking to better understand the people and events shaping the American disability rights movement and is particularly useful to students and professionals in related fields.
The book is 422 pages long and is available in a hardcover format. Click on the "Web Links" tab above to find purchasing information on the publisher's website.
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