The Braille Monitor

Vol. 43, No. 5                                                                                    May 2000

Barbara Pierce, Editor

Published in inkprint, in Braille, and on cassette by
THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND
MARC MAURER, PRESIDENT

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Contents


Vol. 43, No. 5                                                                                    May 2000

Correction of Error, Retraction, and Admonition
by Marc Maurer

Merger in the Blindness Field

Attorney General Confirms Scandal at Connecticut State Agency for the Blind

Fueling the Fire 
by Barbara Walker

A Visit to the Atlanta Marriott Marquis Hotel
by Barbara Pierce

Convention Transit Information: MARTA to the Marriott Marquis

Nell Carney Appointed to Direct South Carolina Commission for the Blind
by Donald C. Capps

And a Child Shall Lead Them
by Norman Gardner

Overcoming Employers' Doubts about the Capabilities of People with Disabilities
by Charles E. Young

Of Mice and Refrigerators
by Tonia Trapp

It's a Cat's Life 
by Peggy Elliott

Finding Best Ways for Blind in Computer World 
by Kevin Washington

First You Have to Ask . . .
by Donald J. Morris

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