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Oral History of Policy and Advocacy as Reflected in the Lives and Works of Elizabeth Boggs, Gunnar Dybwad, and Rosemary Dybwad

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Elizabeth M. Boggs, PhD:
The Evolution of Public Policy Towards People with Developmental Disabilities: A Half Century Perspective, The Evolution of the Developmental Disabilities Legislation and The Social Security Act and Mental Retardation

Rosemary Dybwad, PhD:
Normalization and Self-Advocacy, The Parent to Parent Movement and the Development of the International League of Societies for Persons with Mental Handicaps

Gunnar Dybwad, PhD:
The Role of the Courts in the Renewal of the Field of Mental Retardation, The Pioneering Role of the National Association for Retarded Citizens

1987 (VHS). 2007 (DVD).

 

Cost: $30 for 3-disc DVD set.

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