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MR 67: A First Report To The President On The Nation's Progress And Remaining Great Needs In The Campaign To Combat Mental Retardation
IT IS NEARLY FIVE YEARS SINCE a panel of the nation's leading authorities on mental retardation, appointed by President John F. Kennedy, made the first thorough survey of what was being done for the retarded and what needed to be done. It is now time to assess what has been accomplished since then and to set new goals....
|Title:||MR 67: A First Report To The President On The Nation's Progress And Remaining Great Needs In The Campaign To Combat Mental Retardation|
|Creator:||President's Committee on Mental Retardation (authors)|
|Publisher:||U.S. Government Printing Office|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Advocacy; Children; Cognitive Disability; Demographics; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Government Agencies; Heredity; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Laws & Regulation; Medical Professionals; Medicine & Science; Mental Retardation; Nomenclature; Policy; Schools; Social Welfare & Communities; Special Education; Statistics|