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Putting Our War Cripples Back On the Payroll
Both the reconstruction hospitals and the general scheme of rehabilitation in all probability will be open to civilian employes of the Government, injured in the discharge of their duty, and under certain restrictions the vocational rehabilitation may be made available for any person injured in any civil employment under conditions to be established by the Rehabilitation Board. Out of the emergency of war, therefore, there will thus develop a permanent asset for peace, a long step toward solving the problem of putting the industrial cripple as well as the war cripple back on the payroll....
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Title: Putting Our War Cripples Back On the Payroll
Creator: Frank Parker Stockbridge (author)
Date: May 12, 1918
Format: Article
Publication: New York Times
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: p.80
Keywords: American Red Cross; Amputees; Assistive Technology; Blind; Economics; Employment; France; Germany; Hospitals; Institutions; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Medicine & Science; Physical Disability; Prosthesis; Rehabilitation; Sensory Disability; Technology & Equipment; Veterans; Veterans & Military; Vocational Rehabilitation; War; War Risk Insurance; WWI
Topics: Government, Policy & Law