"We Need to Accept the Retarded as Human Beings," an interview with Rose Kennedy by James C. G. Conniff, Today's Health, American Medical Association, 1973 (folder 2 of 2)

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Title
"We Need to Accept the Retarded as Human Beings," an interview with Rose Kennedy by James C. G. Conniff, Today's Health, American Medical Association, 1973 (folder 2 of 2)
Collection
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Personal Papers
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Digital Identifier
ROFKPP-117-015
Date(s) of Materials
1972: 3 January-15 December
Extent / Physical Description
74 digital pages
Series
Series 05. Articles Written by Rose Kennedy, 1954-1956, 1964-1977.
Preferred Citation
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Personal Papers. Articles Written by Rose Kennedy, 1954-1956, 1964-1977. "We Need to Accept the Retarded as Human Beings," an interview with Rose Kennedy by James C. G. Conniff, Today's Health, American Medical Association, 1973 (folder 2 of 2)
Media Type
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