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News article on Halderman v Pennhurst and Helen O'Bannon's criticism of the case.

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Letter from Secretary of Public Welfare Helen O'Bannon to Judge Broderick informing him of Robert Nelkin's appointment as DPW liaison in the Halderman v. Pennhurst case in order to ensure that the court order is carried out.

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Philadelphia Inquirer article on Judge Raymond Broderick's decision not to hold Bucks, Delaware, and Montgomery counties in contempt for not complying with his order to place a certain number of Pennhurst residents in community living arrangements.

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Pittsburgh Press article on the Supreme Court's 1981 ruling in Halderman v. Pennhurst and its implications for the movement to deinstitutionalize residents of Pennhurst and other state schools and hospitals.

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Editorial by Elsie Schmidt challenging the idea that the disabled would be better off in institutions rather than in community living arrangements in the wake of Judge Broderick's order to close Pennhurst.

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Pittsburgh Press staff editorial on Judge Broderick's order to close Pennhurst as part of the Halderman v. Pennhurst case.

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Letter from Helen O'Bannon to Judge Broderick of the United States District Court on the Commonwealth's attempts to negotiate a schedule for the implementation of the 1978 Court Order.

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Letter from Helen O'Bannon appointing Robert Nelkin as liaison for the Department of Public Welfare in the Pennhurst case, in which Judge Broderick ordered deinstitutionalization for Pennhurst's residents.

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