Deaf Workers of Yesteryear

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(NEW) Modern tools have mushroomed opportunities for deaf employees everywhere. But what about an earlier age when it was machines and not computers that were the engines of commerce? Kevin takes a look back at the jobs our deaf fathers and grandfathers held.

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