At a time when many U.S. policymakers increasingly are focused on the issue of poverty and economic disparity as an important and neglected social problem, a particularly striking set of statistics is one often ignored: the disproportionately high level of poverty among Americans with disabilities. It is just the latest outgrowth of a long history of exploitation, neglect, discrimination, and segregation.
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