Blind justice: Jacobus tenBroek and the vision of equality

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Library of Congress, Jul 10, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 294 pages
Biography of the founder of the National Federation of the Blind, written by friend and collaborator Matson. Tells how tenBroek (1911-1968), blinded at age seven, obtained a law degree and became an advocate not only for blind people but for people with disabilities, poor people, and other minority groups.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
THE BLIND ENLIGHTENMENT
10
A CABIN ON THE CANADIAN FRONTIER
26
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