THE LOST GENERATION by Maxine Davis
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THE LOST GENERATION

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An important book, in that it covers, from almost every possible angle, the problem of youth today, -- unemployed, disillusioned, bored, apt to get in trouble, lacking the traditional props of religion and a strict moral code, groping in a world which has no place for them. The material is first-hand information, gathered from young people from coast to coast. And the author feels that government and education and business and society have failed to more than scratch the surface, offer Palliatives rather than solutions -- and that something must be done to save them. A book that should reach parents, teachers, social workers, club women, men interested in employment and in youth.

Pub Date: March 17th, 1936
Publisher: Macmillan