By Louis D. Brandeis
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Louis & Southwestern Railroad. To Felix Frankfurter January 28, 1913 Boston, Mass. 1 I entirely agree with the memorandum in so far as it sets forth the difficulties which now confront the legislator, and the need of affording aid. I have, however, grave doubt whether the method suggested will be the most effective aid that could be afforded those seeking social advance. My thought is this: To secure social advance we must regard the field of sociology and social legislation as a field for discovery and invention.
BRANDEIS Page 3 To Grenville Stanley MacFarland January 1, 1913 Boston, Mass. [Brandeis Mss, NMF 1-M-2] MY DEAR MR. MACFARLAND:1 I have read with great satisfaction Mr. "3 It is admirable and unanswerable. I should amend it only in one particular. Mr. Hearst says: "It is a case of 'Your money or your life'. 5 Mr. 6 He came to Boston recently to study our situation. Cordially yours, If the article is issued by the American, will you kindly send me twenty copies of it? 1. People identified in previous volumes are not again identified in this volume.
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