Correction - August 2002

CORRECTION:  In the July issue of Access Press, “Recollections of Justin Dart” on page 10 stated:  “He [Dart] took a personal risk as a lifelong Republican, possibly alienating himself from some disability rights advocates, in becoming involved in the Clinton campaign.  Bill Clinton made the commitment to Justin Dart that, as president, he would further the rights of children and people with disabilities during his administration.  Justin urged people with disabilities to support the Democratic Party rather than supporting George Bush, Sr., who had signed the Americans with Disabilities Act.”

Yoshiko Dart wrote in to clarify, saying:  “Justin did support George Bush, Sr. all the way in the 1992 election.  He supported Clinton with his healthcare campaign in 1994 and then in the 1996 presidential election rather than Bob Dole.”