The disability rights movement from charity to confrontation doris fleischer frieda zames on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a newly updated account of the struggle for disability rights in the us. The disability rights movement from charity to confrontation user review not available book verdict fleischer humanities and social sciences new jersey inst of technology and disability rights activist zames emeritus mathematics new jersey inst of technology conducted close to 100 . The trend in the late 1950s and early 1960s toward deinstitutionalization allowed people with severe physical disabilities to begin entering the mainstream bringing a new population to the developing disability rights movement. The disability rights movement from charity to confrontation philadelphia temple university press 2001 xxix 278 pp 7950 cloth 1 56639 811 8 2495 paperbound 1 56639 812 6 an antipathy toward the medical model characterizes the disability rights movement. By the 1960s the civil rights movement began to take shape and disability advocates saw the opportunity to join forces alongside other minority groups to demand equal treatment equal access and equal opportunity for people with disabilities
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