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" was the first question asked of any organization of women, and if it was not the making of garments, or the collection of funds for a church or philanthropic purpose, it was considered unworthy of attention, or injurious doubts were thrown upon its motives. "
Civic Engagement in American Democracy - Pagina 83
a cura di - 2004 - 420 pagine
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The History of the Woman's Club Movement in America

Jane Cunningham Croly - 1898 - 1184 pagine
...organizations of women not expressly religious, charitable, or intended to promote charitable objects. "What is the object?" was the first question asked...philanthropic purpose, it was considered unworthy attention, or injurious doubts were thrown upon its motives. In Germany, even yet, societies of women...
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Memories of Jane Cunningham Croly, "Jenny June".

Jane Cunningham Croly - 1904 - 233 pagine
...organizations of women, not expressly religious, charitable, or intended to promote charitable objects. " What is the object ? " was the first question asked...or injurious doubts were thrown upon its motives. In Germany, even yet, societies of women are not permitted, except such as have a distinctly religious,...
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The People's Lobby: Organizational Innovation and the Rise of Interest Group ...

Elisabeth S. Clemens - 1997 - 459 pagine
...associated with good-works societies." 16 For outsiders, organizational form was a signal of a group's qualities and aims: "'What is the object?' was the...or injurious doubts were thrown upon its motives." 17 By distancing itself from reform associations, political parties, charitable societies and literary...
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The People's Lobby: Organizational Innovation and the Rise of Interest Group ...

Elisabeth S. Clemens - 1997 - 459 pagine
...associated with good-works societies."16 For outsiders, organizational form was a signal of a group's qualities and aims: "'What is the object?' was the...attention, or injurious doubts were thrown upon its motives."17 By distancing itself from reform associations, political parties, charitable societies...
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Intimate Practices: Literacy and Cultural Work in U.S. Women's Clubs, 1880-1920

Anne Ruggles Gere - 1997 - 367 pagine
...women not expressly religious, charitable, or intended to promote charitable objects. "What is its object?" was the first question asked of any organization...or injurious doubts were thrown upon its motives. Although Croly uses the past tense, her rhetorical stance indicates her recognition that public service...
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