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This wide-ranging quantity offers a multidisciplinary exam of human rights and the lives of individuals with highbrow disabilities.
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Challenges to the Human Rights of People with Intellectual Disabilities by Frances Owen,Dorothy Griffiths,Orville Endicott,Krystine Donato,Maurice Feldman,Beverley Fedoroff,Voula Marinos,Jocelin Lecomte,Diane Cox-Lindenbaum,Paul Fedoroff,William R Lindsay,J Gregory Olley,Barbara Vyrostko,Shelley L. Watson,Marjorie Aunos,Donato T