posted by mysterychicken on .
'Identify the issue one writer discusses, and then describe the general public's view is and what the writer's view is.'
Darkness At Noon
People always judge disabled people, and think they can't work
General Public's View:
The general public believes that even though a disabled person might be smarter than a healthy one, he or she still can't work.
The writer, Harold Krents, believes that a blind man is just as able to be a lawyer than a man that can see. He hopes that one day people will not judge him, and other disabled people, and will actually look at their abilities.
I'm not sure what your question is.
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