The introduction discusses the absence of disability from most histories, and its usefulness as an analytical category. It places immigration laws barring disabled persons in a larger context of discriminatory laws concerning disability. It provides an overview of the chapters, a note on terminology, and a paragraph for acknowledgments.
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