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The Heaviest Burden Of The Blind
I appeal to you, give the blind man the assistance that shall secure for him complete or partial independence. He is blind and falters. Therefore go a little more than half-way to meet him. Remember, however brave and self-reliant he is, he will always need a guiding hand in his....
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Title: The Heaviest Burden Of The Blind
From: Out Of The Dark
Creator: Helen Keller (author)
Date: 1920
Format: Article
Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: pp.213-220
Keywords: Advocacy; Blind; Charity; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Economics; Education; Employment; Helen Keller; Labor; Labor & Commerce; New York; New York Association For The Blind; Perkins School For The Blind; Poverty; Sensory Disability; Service Organizations; Social Welfare & Communities; Statistics; Vocational Rehabilitation; Work
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy
Note: Address before the New York Association for the Blind. January 15, 1907.

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