The second twenty years at Hull-House, September 1909 to September 1929, with a record of a growing world consciousness, by Jane Addams.

New York, The Macmillan Company, 1930.

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Subjects Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.)
Social history.
Description xiii pages, 1 leaf, 413 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date 1930.
Summary "Her reflections on the women's movement, the peace efforts during the World War, prohibition, and immigration under the quota are valuable as acute observations not from the sidelines but from the very center of the field. It is sound, constructive comment."--W.B.Shaw in American Review of Reviews (January 1931)
Contents Social service and the Progressive Party: social trends between 1909 and 1912 suggesting a new political alignment. -- The devil baby at Hull-House. -- Aspects of the women's movement, 1909-1929. -- Efforts for peace during five years of war from August, 1914, to August, 1919. -- Post-war inhibitions, 1919-1929. -- Contrasts in a post-war generation, 1919-1919. -- A decade of prohibition, 1919-1929. -- Immigrants under the quota, 1921-1929. -- Efforts to humanize justice, 1909-1929. -- Play instinct and the arts, 1909- 1929. -- Education by the current event, 1909-1929.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)982354
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WorldCat Identities Addams, Jane, 1860-1935.
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