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Miller, Stephen Paul

The New Deal as a Triumph of Social Work: Frances Perkins and the Confluence of Early Twentieth Century Social Work with Mid-Twentieth Century Politics and Government

Miller, Stephen Paul - The New Deal as a Triumph of Social Work: Frances Perkins and the Confluence of Early Twentieth Century Social Work with Mid-Twentieth Century Politics and Government, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Social Work of Desire
Stephen Paul Miller

2. Bold, Persistent Social Work
Stephen Paul Miller

3. A Method of Moral Progress
Stephen Paul Miller

4. The Fifty-Four-Hour Bill and Social Work’s Alternative Professionalization
Stephen Paul Miller

5. The Perkins Persona
Stephen Paul Miller

6. Enter Populists. Enter Progressives. Enter Social Workers. Enter Frances Perkins
Stephen Paul Miller

7. America’s Founding Economic Rights Today: Modern Government
Stephen Paul Miller

8. The New Deal as the Social Work of Desire
Stephen Paul Miller

9. The First Charge upon the Government
Stephen Paul Miller

10. Between Social Work and Government: Investigating the Triangle Fire and Perkins’s Conference Method
Stephen Paul Miller

11. Social Work through Government
Stephen Paul Miller

12. Epilogue: The First Boondoggle Wasn’t a Boondoggle—The New Deal as the Social Work of Desire and the Heart of Work
Stephen Paul Miller

Keywords: History, Social History, History of the Americas, Political History, US History, Political Economy, Politics of the Welfare State

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
170 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137527813
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-70785-0

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