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"Uncle Tom And Tiny Tim: Some Reflections On The Cripple As Negro"
[T]he cripple is still asked to accept definitions of what he is, and of what he should be, imposed on him from outside his experience....
|Title:||"Uncle Tom And Tiny Tim: Some Reflections On The Cripple As Negro"|
|Creator:||Leonard Kriegel (author)|
|Publication:||The American Scholar|
|Publisher:||United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Location:||Volume 38 (Summer 1969), pp.412-30|
|Keywords:||Activists; Advocacy; African-american; Assistive Technology; Braces; Civil Rights; Cripple; Disability Culture; Disease; Economics; Epilepsy; Family; Hospitals; Identity; Leprosy; Medicine; Muscular Dystrophy; Museums; Nomenclature; Nursing; Philosophy; Physical Disability; Politics; Psychology; Rehabilitation; Sexuality; Social Welfare & Communities; Social Work; Wheelchair|