Through the gifts of friends the Social Service Committee has been able to add the following books to its library in Phillips Brooks House: "Democracy and Social Ethics," and "Newer Ideals of Peace," by Jane Addams; "How to Help," by Mary Conyngton; "The Spirit of Democracy," by Chas. F. Dole; "Christianity and Socialism," by Washington Gladden; "Some Ethical Gains Through Legislation," by Florence Kelley; "The Neighbor," by N. S. Shaler; "The Jungle," by Upton Sinclair; "On the Trail of the Immigrant," by E. A. Steiner; "The City Wilderness" and "Americans in Process," by R. A. Woods.
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