Agricultural Extension Service, South Dakota State College
All of us have a handicap of one kind or another. We may not be crippled in limb or mentally broken, but most of us do have handicaps that reveal themselves every once in a while. Sometimes we harbor prejudices that cause us to suffer extremely "low vision"; some people are subject to spells of "blind rage" while other "limp" socially on a withered sense of inferiority. All of us have areas and moods which find us "stumbling" in a kind of half-world between the real and the unreal.
Clayton, Don, "State Hospitals and Schools for the Handicapped" (1955). SDSU Extension Circulars. 689.