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Early works to 1800
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Juan Luis Vives; Alice Tobriner; Renaissance Society of America.
|Language Note:||In English; translated from the Latin.|
|Notes:||Reprint. Originally published as A Sixteenth Century Urban Report: Chicago : School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, 1971.|
|Description:||vii, 62 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||A Position Paper on Poverty, 1526 --
The Times and the Proposals --
Works in a Similar Vein --
The Old Patterns --
One City's Urban Structure --
The Author within Himself --
The Innovative Mind --
The English Link --
American Counterpart --
Translation of On Assistance to the Poor / Juan Luis Vives. The Obligations of Administrators in a City toward the Poor. Identification and Registration of the Poor. Means of Providing Necessities for These Disadvantaged. Provisions for Children. Supervisors and Their Duties. The Funding of These Proposals. Assisting Those Who Suffer Sudden or Secret Misfortune. Concerning Those Who Will Oppose These Proposals. Nothing Should Stand in the Way of Carrying Out These Proposals. The Material and Spiritual Advantages Which Will Result from These Measures.
|Series Title:||Renaissance Society of America reprint texts, 9.|
|Other Titles:||De subventione pauperum.|
|Responsibility:||Juan Luis Vives ; translated with introduction and commentary by Alice Tobriner.|