My Recollections of Florence Kelley

@article{Perkins1954MyRO,
  title={My Recollections of Florence Kelley},
  author={Frances C. Perkins},
  journal={Social Service Review},
  year={1954},
  volume={28},
  pages={12 - 19}
}
  • F. Perkins
  • Published 1 March 1954
  • History
  • Social Service Review
The Toynbee theory of history, namely, that it is a description of the challenge and response of one group or set of problems to another, serves to illuminate for us the manner in which ideals of social reform arose, succeeded, and became accepted in the first half of the twentieth century. Florence Kelley was born before the Civil War and died in 1932. Her life-span, therefore, covered a critical period of change in the United States. The basic agricultural economy was declining, extreme… 
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