American With Disabilities Act Research Paper

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George H. Bush was the 41st President of the United States of America. His Vice President was Dan Quayle, who was a senator from Indiana. He was only President for one term and at the 1993 election he lost to Bill Clinton, but while president Bush helped the country in many ways while he was in office.
In July of 1991 President Bush tried to help the relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union by meeting with the Soviet President, Mikhail Gorbachev. There they signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty which was made to limit and reduce the use of strategic offensive arms, like nuclear weapons. Later after the treaty was signed the Soviet Union collapsed.
On December 26, 1991, the Soviet Union officially signed the declaration no. 142-Н created the
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The act is similar to the Civil Rights Act that prohibited race, sex, and religious discrimination. The act protects both mental and physical disabilities and it created a list of conditions a person must meet to be considered disabled. Many things are categorized as a disability include deafness, blindness, missing limbs, being in a wheelchair, autism, cancer, epilepsy, and much more. It also stopped employers from refusing to hire someone because they were disabled and firing them, just because of their illness. The act also helped with issues on service dogs and allowing them into buildings. The laws lowered the amount of people discriminating against those with a disability by forcing them to see each other as equals. After his first term and his failure to be re-elected in the next election, Bill Clinton took the role as president.
Bill Clinton was the 42nd President of the United States of America, he was also the first Democratic president in 12 years. His Vice President was Al Gore for both of his terms. He accomplished many things while he was president, like the creation of

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