Making Both Ends Meet eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 231 pages of information about Making Both Ends Meet.

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Some Ethical Gains through Legislation

By FLORENCE KELLEY, Secretary of the National Consumers’ League

This interesting volume has grown out of the author’s experience in philanthropic work in Chicago and New York, and her service for the State of Illinois and for the Federal Government in investigating the circumstances of the poorer classes, and conditions in various trades.

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Wage-Earning Women

By ANNIE MARION MACLEAN, Professor of Sociology in Adelphi College

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