Out of the horrors of war : disability politics in World War II America /
Drawing from extensive archival research, Out of the Horrors of War demonstrates that disabled citizens in the World War II era organized a national movement for economic security and full citizenship, reshaping the U.S. welfare state and laying the foundation for the disability rights movement.
University of Pennsylvania Press,
|Series:||Politics and culture in modern America.
|Online Access:||Online version|
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