- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 A Childhood That Was Rarely Happy
- 3 “An Eager, Fearless Mind”
- 4 “What Shall We Do with Our Girls?”
- 5 “Very Unusual Privileges”
- 6 “The Great Milepost and Turning Point”
- 7 The Speaker of the House of Representatives
- 8 To I. L. B.
- 9 Self-Realization and Service
- 10 Ward 17
- 11 Substitutes for the Saloon, Schools, and Suffrage
- 12 Private Funds for Public Purposes
- 13 “My Beloved Centres”
- 14 The Functions, Financing, and Control of Community Centers: Issues for the National Movement
- 15 The War Years
- 16 The New State
- 17 Not Neighborhood Groups but an Integrative Group Process
- 18 “Too Good a Joke for the World”
- 19 Creative Experience
- 20 Professional Transition, Personal Tragedy
- 21 “You Have Been Extraordinarily Helpful to Executives”
- 22 “I Am Almost at the Same Moment Happy and Unhappy”
- 23 “Prepared to Go or Stay with Equal Graciousness”
- 24 Afterword
- Mary P. Follett
- Yale University Press
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