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An excerpt from John Heffron's The Rise of the South in American Thought and Education: The Rockefeller Years (1902-1917).
SOURCE: The Guardian
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The playbook for taming industrial capitalism already exists. It’s the essential starting point for reform today.
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Addams and Wald were women who loved other women and that these relationships – as well as the female friendship networks in which they were involved – were profoundly instrumental to their vision of social justice that changed America.
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Progressive reforms made material differences in the lives of U.S. workers, but they failed in their larger goal of slowing or reversing inequality.
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