Post-Polio Sequelae and the Paradigms of the 50s: Newtie, Ozzie and Harriet versus Paradigms of Caring and a Future for Rehabilitation in America

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Post-Polio Sequelae and the Paradigms of the 50s: Newtie, Ozzie and Harriet versus Paradigms of Caring and a Future for Rehabilitation in America

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Given the current ideological timewarp, will polio survivors - will rehabilitation itself - have any future at all, let alone enjoy their golden years?

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Richard Bruno

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Richard Bruno, “Post-Polio Sequelae and the Paradigms of the 50s: Newtie, Ozzie and Harriet versus Paradigms of Caring and a Future for Rehabilitation in America,” poliosurvivorsnetwork.omeka.net, accessed September 18, 2020, http://poliosurvivorsnetwork.org.uk/library/items/show/157.

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