The Essence of Discrimination
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A man with AIDs shows his lawyer the written words of the Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which "prohibits discrimination against otherwise qualified handicapped persons who are able to perform the duties required by their employment." AIDs is protected as a handicap because of its physical limitations and social death predicament. 


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