Vol 24, No. 5
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Selections from our September/October 2003
Don't take sides on 'inclusion' by Marcie Roth
Applying the 'affirmative action lesson' to access, by Lisa Carmelle.
Are independent living centers glorified sheltered workshops? by Nicolas Steenhout.
From 'Passing' to 'Coming Out' by Candice M. Lee.
Awareness days -- some alternatives. Chapman University's Art Blaser offers suggestions.
REVIEWSScholarly and readable essays: Anne Finger reviews Longmore's Why I Burned My Book.
Memoir du Jour: James Patterson reviews Floyd Skloot's In the Shadow of Memory.
And now for something completely the same: Art Blaser reviews Christopher Reeve's Nothing Is Impossible
Josie Byzek reviews the video Kiss My Wheels
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