Women in Modern History HTML version
Anna Tracey, Factory Inspector, 1913.
“The State has trampled on its subjects for ‘ends of State’; it has
neglected them; it is beginning to act consciously for them.... The
progressive enrichment of human life and the remedy of its ills is
not a private affair. It is a public charge. Indeed it is the one and
noblest field of corporate action. The perception of that truth gives
rise to the new art of social politics.”—B. Kirkman Gray.
WOMEN IN MODERN
BY B. L. HUTCHINS AUTHOR OF “CONFLICTING IDEALS”
AND (WITH MRS. SPENCER, D.SC.) “A HISTORY OF FACTORY
WITH A CHAPTER CONTRIBUTED BY J. J. MALLON
LONDON G. BELL AND SONS, Ltd. 1915