Beyond Bureaucracy: Mary Elizabeth Switzer and Rehabilitation

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University Press of America, 1985 - Political Science - 313 pages
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This is one of the best books I have read on the rehabilitation movement in nearly a quarter century of practice. It should be required reading in the foundations class for master's-level rehabilitation counselor training. Dr. Walker did a phenomenal job in tracking not only the life of an incredible woman, but also the first half century of rehabilitation counseling in a manner that I have found nowhere else using original archival documents. Even about three decades after it was compiled, this book continues to provide relevance today. 

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That Foreign Element 19001917
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Across the River to Respectability 19171921
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One Step at a Time 19211933
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