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Jane Addams: a centennial reader.

Author: Jane Addams
Publisher: New York, Macmillan, 1960.
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Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.
Jane Addams: a centennial reader.
New York, Macmillan, 1960
(OCoLC)568764033
Online version:
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.
Jane Addams: a centennial reader.
New York, Macmillan, 1960
(OCoLC)608906290
Named Person: Jane Addams
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Addams
OCLC Number: 492379
Description: 330 pages 22 cm
Contents: Chap. 1 Social work --
Introduction / Helen Hall --
First Days at Hull- House --
Social settlements --
The subjectivite necessity for social settlements --
The objective necessity for social settlements --
Charitable relationships --
A function of the social settlement --
Activities and experiences at Hull-House --
Problems of poverty The Jane club --
A modern Lear --
Ethical survivals in municipal corruption --
Public activities and investigations --
Prostitution --
The value of social clubs --
Socialized education --
Education by current events --
Immigrants under the quota --
The devil baby --
The demand for social justice --
The subtle problem of charity --
Charity and social justice --
The call of the social field --
Social service and the progressive party --
Social work and other professions --
Chap. 2 Position of women --
Introduction / Ashley Montagu --
Bread givers --
Why women should vote --
If men were seeking the franchise --
Utilization of women in city government --
Aspects of the woman's movement --
The world's food supply and woman's obligation --
Chap. 3 Child welfare --
Introduction / Katharine F. Lenroot --
Family affection --
Education --
Adolescence --
Labor --
Justice --
Art and recreation --
Social action. Chap. 4 The arts --
Introduction / Aline B. Saarinen --
The arts of Hull-house --
The labor museum --
The play instinct and the arts --
Chap. 5 Trade unions and labor --
Introduction / Hilda W. Smith --
Pioneer labor legislation in Illinois --
The settlement as a factor in the labor movement --
Trade unions and public duty --
Militarism and industrial legislation --
Group morality in the labor movement --
Chap. 6 Civil libertoes --
Intorduction / Roger N. Baldwin --
A decade of economic discussion --
Echoes of the Russian Revolution --
During and after the World War --
Chap. 7 International peace --
Introduction / John Haynes Holmes --
Maturing concepts of peace --
First reactions to war, 1914 --
The women's congress at the Hague --
The Ford ship and the conference of neutrals --
President Wilson's early policies --
Activities in 1915-1917 --
After war was declared --
Reactions of a pacifist in wartime --
The American panic --
A challenge to the League of Nations --
The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1919-1935 --
Disarm and have peace --
Final address.

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