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103 Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution (1898) has been called ‘the most important work of feminist theory in the emerging Progressive Era’ (Sklar, p. 305). JOHN B. DAVIS Bibliography Selected writings by Helen Campbell (1881), The Easiest Way in House-Keeping and Cooking, New York: Fords, Howard and Hulbert. (1882), The Problem of the Poor. A Record of Quiet Work in Unquiet Places, New York: Fords, Howard and Hulbert. (1886), Mrs. Herdon’s Income, Boston: Roberts Bros. (1886), Miss Melinda’s Opportunity, Boston: Roberts Bros. (1887), Prisoners of Poverty: Women Wage-Workers, Their Trades and Their Lives, Boston: Roberts Bros. reprinted Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1970. (1889), Prisoners of Poverty Abroad, Boston: Roberts Brothers. (1889–90), ‘Certain Convictions as to Poverty’, Arena. (1889–90), ‘White Child Slavery’, Arena. (1891), ‘The Working-Women of To-day’, Arena. (1893), Women Wage-Earners: Their Past, Their Present, and Their Future, Boston: Roberts Bros. reprinted New York: Arno, 1972. (1897), Household Economics, New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons. Other sources and references Bremner, Robert H. (1972), From the Depths: The Discovery of Poverty in the United States, New York: New York University Press. Gilman, Charlotte Perkins (1898), Women and Economics: A Study of the Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution, Boston: Small, Maynard. James, Edward T., Janet Wilson James and Paul S. Boyer (1971), Notable American Women, 1607–1950. A Biographical Dictionary, Cambridge, MA: Belknap. Shapiro, Laura (1986), Perfection Salad: Women and Cooking at the Turn of the Century, New...
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