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Mutual Aid (United States)

During the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Americans relied on a wide variety of mutual aid arrangements for social welfare. Some of the most important of these were fraternal societies. A few were the Knights of Pythias, the Sons of Italy, ...

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