Progress? A Comparative Analysis of Disability Law in Former Soviet Countries

Author:Todd Carney
Position:Harvard Law School
Pages:585-638
SUMMARY

This piece compares the rights of the disabled under the Soviet Union to the rights of the disabled in modern-day Russia and Estonia. The paper included Estonia because Estonia is the richest and most stable former Soviet Nation, so it would create a good contrast to Russia because Estonia has been able to flourish despite having to transition out of decades of Soviet control. The piece uses the... (see full summary)


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