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The House on Henry Street (Classic Reprint)

The House on Henry Street (Classic Reprint)

ISBN: 9780486220253
Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
Publication Date: 1972-04
Number of pages: 317
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Excerpt from The House on Henry Street

Much of the material contained in this book has been published in a series of six articles that appeared in the Atlantic Monthly from March to August, 1915. And indeed it was due to the kindly insistence on the part of the editors of that magazine that more permanent form should be given to the record of the House on Henry Street that the story was published at all.

During the two decades of the existence of the Settlement there has been a significant awakening on matters of social concern, particularly those affecting the protection of children throughout society in general; and a new sense of responsibility has been aroused among men and women, but perhaps more distinctively among women, since the period coincides with their freer admission to public and professional life. The Settlement is in itself an expression of this sense of responsibility, and under its roof many divergent groups have come together to discuss measures 'for the many, mindless mass that most needs helping,' and often to assert by deed their faith in democracy.

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