Byline: Toby Higbie; 1997-12-01; Social Science History; pages pp. 559-592
". . .This essay focuses on how these social investigators made sense of what they perceived as the troubling actions of unskilled male workers. Throughout the Progressive Era (roughly 1880-1925), middle-class intellectuals counted, classified, photographed, and otherwise examined the lives of working-class people. . ."
Description:Toby Higbie highlights some of the first social investigative reporters from the Progressive Era.
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