Harriet McBryde Johnson is a person with severe physical disability who works as a disability lawyer and advocate. She describes a meeting and debate with philosopher Peter Singer, which allows both parties to gain insights into each other's position. A thought provoking article written with wit and insight. It describes a journey of self-discovery and argues for a breakdown of prejudice.
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Harriet McBryde Johnson
Internet copy of New York Times, 16/02/03
25 May 2005
Person with disability