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Published on Nov 2, 2019
The Colored People of Chicago ♦ By Louise DeKoven Bowen ♦ Political - Social Science ♦ Audiobook
Title: The Colored People of Chicago
Author: Louise DeKoven Bowen
Genre(s): Political Science, Social Science (Culture & Anthropology)
Read By: KevinS
This book presents a summary of the findings conducted by the Juvenile Protective Association in Chicago before the changes brought on by the war-time economy. The study's researchers were A. P. Drucker, Sophia Boaz, A. L. Harris, and Miriam Schaffner. Its author, Louise DeKoven Bowen was a well-known philanthropist and suffragist in Chicago. The summary makes no strong argument on its own, but presents simple facts and observations that would alert the reader to the need for social and economic reform in the city. - Summary by KevinS