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The Ragged Edge: The Disability Experience from the Pages of the First Fifteen Years of The Disability Rag
     

The Ragged Edge: The Disability Experience from the Pages of the First Fifteen Years of The Disability Rag

by Barrett Shaw
 
An anthology of articles from the first fifteen years of The Disability Rag magazine.

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An anthology of articles from the first fifteen years of The Disability Rag magazine.

Editorial Reviews

cover blurb - Nancy Mairs
Reading The Ragged Edge [anthology] is like sitting in on a vigorous, sometimes funny, and often irreverent roundtable discussion of the issues that most concern all humanity, disabled and nondisabled, whether they admit it or not. Some of the voices are reflective, some sad, some furious, but none will lull you to sleep. On the contrary, you'll feel ready to roll on out and transform the world.
cover blurb - Joseph P. Shapiro
The Disability Rag is the voice of a mighty revolution, and this stunning collection from its first 15 years will become an invaluable primer for anyone who wants to understand the new thinking of the disability rights movement. Here are the urgent, spirited and provocative stories that have changed the way people -- disabled and nondisabled -- have come to view what it means to have a disability.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149079384
Publisher:
Advocado Press
Publication date:
10/01/1994
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
238
File size:
1 MB

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Barrett Shaw served as editor of The Disability Rag.

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