From the beginning of her work as chief inspector of factories for Illinois she realized the importance of effective administration and all that it implies — a system of alert oversight, a permanent, trained non-political inspectorate, reliable statistics, illuminating reports as the basis of continuous public education  [read more]

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Chicago


Crime, Criminals, Police and Vice


Florence Kelley


Historical Archives


John Peter Altgeld


Legal


Leopold & Loeb


Women/Social Movements