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The Social Application of Religion

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II WOMAN'S CONSCIENCE AND SOCIAL AMELIORATION Jane Addams, Director of Hull House, Chicago. WOMAN'S CONSCIENCE AND SOCIAL AMELIOEATION. We have been accustomed for many generations to think of woman's place as being entirely ...
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II WOMAN'S CONSCIENCE AND SOCIAL AMELIORATION Jane Addams, Director of Hull House, Chicago. WOMAN'S CONSCIENCE AND SOCIAL AMELIOEATION. We have been accustomed for many generations to think of woman's place as being entirely within the walls of her own household, and it is indeed impossible to imagine the time when her duty there shall be ended or to forecast any social change which shall ever release her from that paramount obligation. There is no doubt, however, that many women to-day are failing properly to discharge their duties to their own families and households simply because they fail to see that as society grows more complicated it is necessary that woman shall extend her sense of responsibility to many things outside of her own home, if only in order to preserve the home in its entirety. One could illustrate in many ways. A woman's simplest duty," one would say, is to keep her house clean and wholesome and to feed her children properly. Yet, if she lives in a tenement house, as so many of my neighbors do, she can not fulfill these simple obligations by her own efforts because she is utterly dependent upon the city administration for the conditions which render decent living possible. Her basement will not be dry, her stairways will not be fireproof, her house will not be provided with sufficient windows to give her light and air, nor will it be equipped with sanitary plumbing unless the Public Works Department shall send inspectors who constantly insist that these elementary decencies be provided. These same women who now live in tenements, when they lived in the country, swept their own dooryards and either fed the refuse of the table to a flock of chickens or allowed it innocently to decay in the open air and sunshine; now, however, if the street i...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781606081365
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
  • Publication date: 8/27/2008
  • Pages: 139
  • Product dimensions: 4.80 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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