- Title Pages
- Charts and Illustrations
- Chapter One Her Mother Did Not Like to Have Her Learn to Work
- Chapter Two He Had No Home but the County Poor House
- Chapter Three I Wish to Thank You for My Freedom
- Chapter Four We Do Not Prefer Cripples, but They Can Earn Full Wages
- Chapter Five The Greatest Handicap Suffered by Crippled Workers
- Chapter Six Saving the Human Wreckage Cast on the Industrial Scrap Heap
- Chapter Seven The Duty to Make Himself a Useful, Self-Supporting Citizen
- Appendix A Note on Sources
- No Right to Be Idle
Sarah F. Rose
- University of North Carolina Press
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