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Fine. one creased page. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 336 p. Contains: Illustrations. Signet Classics. Audience: General/trade. This is a graphic account of the famed settlement house in Chicago's West Side slums. Covering the years from 1889 to 1909, a time when America was fired with fear of subversives and suspicion of foreigners, this book stands as the immortal testament of a woman who lived and worked among the immigrant settlers, the sweatshop toilers, the unwed mothers, the hungry, the aged, and the sick, to share them in practice what others merely preached the true concept of American democracy.
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