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The social thought of Jane Addams.

Author: Jane Addams; Christopher Lasch
Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1965]
Series: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), no. 69.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.
Social thought of Jane Addams.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1965]
(OCoLC)574561572
Named Person: Jane Addams
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Addams; Christopher Lasch
OCLC Number: 263809
Description: xxxvii, 266 pages 21 cm.
Contents: With all my apparent leisure I do nothing at all, 1879, 1886 --
I would rather not have the children know, 1883, 1888 --
Twenty years at Hull-House, 1910 --
The subjective necessity for social settlements, 1892 --
The objective value of a social settlement, 1892 --
Democracy and social ethics, 1902 --
The spirit of youth and the city streets, 1909 --
Immigrants and their children, 1910 --
A modern Lear, 1894 --
Why the ward boss rules, 1898 --
A new conscience and an ancient evil, 1913 --
Why women should vote, 1910 --
The larger aspects of the women's movement, 1914 --
My experiences as a progressive delegate, 1912 --
The Progressive Party and the Negro, 1912 --
A toast to John Dewey, 1929 --
A function of the social settlement, 1899 --
The second twenty years at Hull-House, 1930 --
Newer ideals of peace, 1907 --
Peace and bread in time of war, 1922 --
Later reflections on peace, 1932.
Series Title: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), no. 69.
Responsibility: Edited by Christopher Lasch.

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