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Unformatted text preview: Two Progressive Public Health Campaigns Definitions • Progressive • Statist • The New Philanthropy New Institutions • Big Business • The Trust • The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1901) • The General Education Board (1903) • The New South (the tenant farmer; debt peonage; Jim Crow; the cotton mill- ” the wages of whiteness ” ) Hookworm: The Players • John D. Rockefeller • Frederick Gates • John D. Rockefeller, Jr. • Wallace Buttrick • Charles Stiles • Wickliffe Rose • Walter Page • Ransy Sniffle A. B. Longstreet ’ s Georgia Scenes (1835) • Now there happened to reside in the county a little fellow by the name of Ransy Sniffle: a sprout of Richmond, who in his earlier days, had fed copiously upon red clay and blackberries. This diet had given to Ransy a complexion that a corpse would have disdained to own, and an abdominal rotundity that was quite unprepossessing. Long spells of fever and ague, too, in Ransy ’ s youth, had conspired with clay and blackberries, to throw him quite out of the order of nature. His shoulders were fleshless and elevated; his arms, hands, fingers and feet, were lengthened out of all proportion to the rest of his frame. His joints were large, and his limbs small; as for flesh, he could not with propriety be said to have any . New York Sun , December 1902 • GERM OF LAZINESS FOUND? DISEASE OF GERM OF LAZINESS FOUND?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course 090 250 taught by Professor Jamesreed during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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