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Beyond Ramps: Disability at the End of the Social Contract

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The Social Contract -- Rousseau's famous term concerning the bond between a government and it's people -- has been sold to the highest bidder. Freedom is reserved only for markets in a society increasingly strangled by corporate of power".Empowerment" is the new definition of destitution. By looking at the struggles of the disabled faced with the end of social services, Ending the Social Contract as We Know It provides a powerful warning: the disabled are as canaries in a coal mine, and their maltreatment is a harbinger of ...

Beyond Ramps: Disability at the End of the Social Contract 2002, Common Courage Press

ISBN-13: 9781567511062

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