C. C. Arbuthnot (essay date 1903)
SOURCE: The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. XI, December, 1902-September, 1903, pp. 169-171.
[In the following essay, Arbuthnot reviews Democracy and Social Ethics with a focus on its economic and political insights.]
Among the matters of particularly economic interest in Miss Addams's [Democracy and Social Ethics] is the discussion of the domestic service problem, in the chapter on "Household Adjustment" The family has given up to the factory most of the manufacture which contributes to the welfare of its members, but it retains the preparation of food and ministration to personal comfort, as essential to family life. This...
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