City Slave Girls: Milton George Believes that Education Will Surely Solve the Wage Question

City Slave Girls: Milton George Believes that Education Will Surely Solve the Wage Question

Women Should Seek More Congenial Employment than is Offered By The Shop or Factory

by: Milton George, Nell Nelson | publication date: August 28, 1888 | Publication: Chicago Times | pages: 1-2

Milton George, editor of the Western Rural, an agricultural paper, was raised on a farm and loves the country, though he works in the city. "I have made a study of the labor question," he said, "more on behalf of the farmer than of the factory and shop girls, having been a farmer myself and consequently being

Commentary on the City Slave Girls series from the Times

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