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In an Essay of approximately 1,000 words, answer the following question: How do The Disability Rights Movement: From Charity to Confrontation (by Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames) and The Nazi Doctors (by Robert Jay Lifton) make the following statement starkly clear: While grievances regarding medical issues can be addressed in a democratic society, no such avenue is available in a genocidal, totalitarian regime such as the Nazi Third Reich. Refer to specifics in both works to support your arguments.

Robert Jay Lifton, The Nazi Doctors [Selections]. Basic Books (2000). ISBN: 0-465-04905-2.

Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames, The Disability Rights Movement: From Charity to Confrontation (UPDATED EDITION) [Selections]. Temple University Press (2011). ISBN: 978-1-4399-0744-3.


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Topic Essay on Robert Jay Lifton and Fleischer/Zames

Thesis statement: The above declaration is made factual and clear through the novels “The
disability Movement: From Charity to Confrontation authored by Doris Fleischer and Frieda
Zames and Jay Lifton book known as The Nazi Doctors. Years back, people glowered away
from the disabled persons and perceived them as either less of a person or a burden. Although
the grievances concerning medical problems were addressed, and remarkable progress has
occurred since then.


Analysis of how Medical Grievances are addressed in Democratic and Dictatorial
Societies



Comparison of Democratic and Dictatorial Societies in Addressing Health-Related
Grievances



Conclusion



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While Grievance Regarding Medical Issues Can Be Addressed in a Democratic Society, No
Such Avenue Is Available in a Genocidal Totalitarian Regime Such as the Nazi Third Reic
Introduction
The above declaration is made factual and clear through the novels “The disability
Movement: From Charity to Confrontation authored by Doris Fleischer and Frieda Zames and
Jay Lifton book known as The Nazi Doctors. Years back, people glowered away from the
disabled persons and perceived them as either less of a person or a burden. Although the
grievances concerning medical problems were addressed, and remarkable progress has occurred
since then.
The first book, The Disability Rights Movement, explicitly talks about the disabled
person and the hardships they undergo through because of their conditions. Besides, it elucidates
how the disabled persons were recognized and how medical-related issues were addressed and
handled in independent societies through plans that offered the disable emotional and physical
assistance. The book states that the grievances related to medical problems can be addressed
throug...

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