Smith-Duer, Barbara M. “Too Disabled or Not Disabled Enough: Between a Rock and a Hard Place after Murphy v. United Parcel Service, Inc.” Washburn Law Journal 39 (1999–2000): 255. Web.
Barbara M.Smith-Duer, publishes her works on the Washburn Law Journal, giving incite on the Murphy v. UPS case. The name of the article is “Too Disabled or Not Disabled Enough: Between a Rock and a Hard Place after Murphy v. United Parcel Service, Inc.”, which ensues that some companies do not particularly want to have disabled people working for their company. The evidence proven in this article are quotes from the case and other cases similar to this case. The authors purpose is to educate the reader on the fact that people with disabilities are discriminated against, because they are not as able body as someone without a disability. the author wants you to know that this is wrong and many people with disabilities can work just hard as an able bodied person could. The intended audience are those who may be disabled or want to know more about the rights of disabled people. The source is helpful because it gives you information about the discrimination of those who do not function as well as others and how we are progressing from this discrimination. The source is highly credible, since it is coming from a law journal