Bernsteins's Paper advances no constitutional arguments for requiring the government to ensure economic security for retarded citizens. His omission is justified not merely by the alternative focus he has chosen, but also by the absence of any sound or vendible constitutional arguments to advance. There remain, however, important roles for attorneys.
Publication Information & Recommended Citation
Chambers, David L. "The Right to an Adequate Income and Employment: A Reply to Professor Bernstein." In The Mentally Retarded Citizen and the Law, edited by M. Kindred, 298-304. New York: Free Press, 1976.