Index
Administration, costs of: 61
Advertising Council: 124-25
AFL-CIO: 181 ff.
Aged, bloc voting by: 305
Agencies, importance of: 153
Aid to Dependent Children: 32 ff., 66 ff.; see also Social Security Act
Aid to the Blind: 33, 51 ff.; see also Social Security Act
Aid to the Permanently and Totally Disabled: 33
Air Force servicemen: 90-91
American Ass'n. for Old-Age Security: 21
American Ass'n. of Social Workers: 11
American Ass'n. of University Women: 181
American Cancer Society: 10, 11, 37, 118-19, 124, 150, 199 ff., 212
American Dental Ass'n.: 73
American Hearing Society: 11
American Heart Ass'n.: 11, 37, 118-19, 124, 150, 201 ff, 214
American Hospital Ass'n.: 208-209
American Humane Society: 7
American ideals in social welfare: 310
American Legion: 11, 74
American National Red Cross: 8-12, 17, 23, 37, 55, 95, 97, 99, 105, 107, 111, 117, 123, 151, 180, 220, 273, 302
American Nurses Ass'n.: 74
American pattern in social welfare: 3 ff., 48, 49 ff., 79, 287 ff., 307, 311
American Public Health Ass'n.: 8, 209
American Public Welfare Ass'n.: 12, 71
American Social Hygiene Ass'n.: 10
American spirit: 287
Anderson, C. Arnold: 136-37
Armacost, Don R.: 106 ff.
Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation: 202
Association of Fund-Raising Counsel: 252
Bachman, E. Theodore: 84
Balance in welfare: 308
Balter, Harry Graham: 92
Barton, Clara: 95
Big and little givers: 177
"Big three" in govt. payments: 53
Born, Ronald: 72
Boys Clubs of America: 9
Boy Scouts: 109, 119, 123, 129
Brown, Esther Lucile: 254
Bruno, Frank J.: 276
California Ass'n. of Health and Welfare: 237 ff.
California County Supervisors Ass'n.: 237
California County Welfare Directors Ass'n.: 237
California Social Welfare:56, 57-59, 121, 204 n.
California welfare: 77, 203
Camp Fire Girls: 9, 157
Camps, children's: 102
Capital fund drives: 131 ff.
CARE: 142
Carnegie, Andrew: 96
Casework: 143
Cassidy, Harry M.: 260
Catholic charities: 85-86
Catholics: 27, 85 ff.
Cayton, Horace R.: 87
Charity banquets: 98
Charity Organization Society of Denver: 10
Children's Bureau: 9
Child Welfare League of America: 11, 74-75
Church of the Brethren: 84
Churches and government welfare: denominational views on, 83-87; Protestant views toward, 26-27, 85 ff.
CIO War Relief Committee: 23
Civic spirit: 137
Civilian Conservation Corps: 17

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