Florence Kelley and the Nation's Work

Florence Kelley and the Nation's Work Book Details:

Publisher : Yale University Press

ISBN-13 : 9780300072853

Page : 436 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 853 voters

One of America's foremost historians of women tells the story of Florence Kelley, a leading reformer in the Progressive Era. The book is also a political history of the United States during a period of transforming change, when women worked to end the abuses of unregulated industrial capitalism. This first of a two-volume series covers the first 40 years of Florence Kelley's life. 53 illustrations.

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