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" The contrast — which does not become blurred by familiarity with detail, but, on the contrary, becomes more vivid as the outlines are filled in — the contrast between the prosperity, on the one hand, of the most prosperous of all the communities of... "
Industry and Progress - Page 28
de Norman Hapgood - 1911 - 123 pages
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Outlook and Independent, Volume 93

1909 - 1108 pages
...charitable institution, still surviving after the conditions to which they were adapted have disappeared. 8. The contrast — which does not become blurred by...before has a great community applied what it had so meaeerly to the rational purposes of human life. Not by gifts of libraries, galleries, technical schools,...
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Publication of the American Sociological Society, Volumes 1 à 3

American Sociological Association - 1907 - 656 pages
...detail, but on the contrary becomes more vivid as the outlines are filled in — the contrast beiween the prosperity on the one hand of the most prosperous...Certainly no community before in America or Europe has ev°r had such a surplus, and never before has a great community applied what it had so meageriy to...
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Social Forces

Edward Thomas Devine - 1909 - 246 pages
...charitable institution, still surviving after the conditions to which they were adapted have disappeared. The contrast — which does not become blurred by...never before has a great community applied what it had -147so meagerly to the rational purposes of human life. Not by gifts of libraries, galleries, technical...
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The American Journal of Sociology, Volume 14

Albion W. Small, Ellsworth Faris, Ernest Watson Burgess, Herbert Blumer - 1909 - 900 pages
...disappeared. VIII. The contrast — which does not become blurred by familiarity with detail, but or, the contrary becomes more vivid as the outlines are...before has a great community applied what it had so meageriy to the rational purposes of human life. Not by gifts of libraries, galleries, technical schools,...
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The Outlook, Volume 93

1909 - 1110 pages
...the mines and milis, the enormous capital, of which the bank balances afford an indication ; r.nd, on the other hand, the neglect of life, of health,...no community before in America or Europe has ever liad such a surplus, and never before has a great community applied what it had so meagerly to the...
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The Assembly Herald, Volume 16

1910 - 898 pages
...contrast between the prosperity of the most prosperous of the communities of our western civilization, and the neglect of life, of health, of physical vigor,...even of the industrial efficiency of the individual." The interpretation of the facts that we found in Pittsburgh, the staff which gathered them left to...
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The American Journal of Sociology, Volume 16

Albion W. Small, Ellsworth Faris, Ernest Watson Burgess, Herbert Blumer - 1911 - 948 pages
...presence of some here now that one of the most striking things discovered by the Pittsburgh Survey was the contrast between the prosperity on the one hand...health, of physical vigor, even of the industrial inefficiency of the individual. Certainly no community before in America or Europe has ever had such...
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Taxation and the Distribution of Wealth: Studies in the Economic, Ethical ...

Frederic Mathews - 1914 - 706 pages
...prosperity on the one hand of the most prosperous of all the communities of our western civilization . . . and, on the other hand, the neglect of life, of health, of physical vigour, even of the industrial efficiency of the individual. What are the practical effects upon a...
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Readings in Industrial Society: A Study in the Structure and Functioning of ...

Leon Carroll Marshall - 1918 - 1128 pages
...institution, still surviving after the conditions to which they were adapted have disappeared. VIII. The contrast — which does not become blurred by...even of the industrial efficiency of the individual. C. Unemployment 205. THE UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM1. Unemployment is involuntary idleness during normal...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 91

1920 - 202 pages
...by the scrupulous but indiscreet application of war-time rules governing the distribution of coal, which the bank balances afford an indication; and...neglect of life, of health, of physical vigor, even of industrial efficiency of the individual" (worker). Pitttburgh Survey, pp. S-4. THE ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN...
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