"Personal inclination made me a historian. Personal encounter with public policy made me an activist."
Foreword - Robert DawidoffIntroductionPart IReconstructions1. Disability Watch2. The Life of Randolph Bourne and the Need for a History of Disabled People3. Uncovering the Hidden History of Disabled People4. The League of the Physically Handicapped and the Great Depression: A Case Study in the New Disability History5. The Disability Rights Moment: Activism in the 1970s and BeyondPart II: Images and Reflections6. Film Reviews7. Screening Stereotypes: Images of Disabled People in Television and Motion PicturesPart III: Ethics and Advocacy8. Elizabeth Bouvia, Assisted Suicide, and Social Prejudice9. The Resistance: The Disability Rights Movement and Assisted Suicide10. Medical Decision Making and People with Disabilities: A Clash of CulturesPart IV: Protests and Forecasts11. The Second Phase: From Disability Rights to Disability Culture12. Princeton and Peter Singer13. Why I Burned My BookIndex