WILLIAM COLEMAN HAD ONLY fifty percent of normal vision in one eye and only twenty-five percent in the other. The year was 1899 and although the electric light bulb had already been invented, not many people had one because electricity wasn’t available in many places. Even with electricity, the light bulbs in those days weren’t very bright. As a law student, the only way William could study at night was to have his parents read his texts to him.

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