The Braille Monitor

Vol. 44, No. 2                                                                                   February 2001
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. 44, No. 2                                                                           February 2001

 

Frontispiece

Philadelphia Site of 2001 NFB Convention

AOL Progress Report
         by Marc Maurer

The Way We Think of Ourselves
         by Peggy Elliott

Randolph Case Featured in National Disability Law Reporter

Diggs and Capps Meet with Pickens County

School Board on Coffman Issue

NFB of South Carolina Successful in the Coffman Issue

Actor or Object

The Much-Dreaded Spill
        by Chris Kuell

Comparing the Openbook and the Kurzweil 1000
        by David Andrews

NFB Scholarship Winner Named Rhodes Scholar

The Philadelphia Story: Chapter Two
        by Suzanne Waters and Jim Antonacci

Rights, Life, And Peanut Butter and Jellly Sandwiches
         by Seth Leblond

Asking for It
         by Charlie Brown

Recipes

Monitor Miniatures

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