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Alfonso Morales, Jane Addams, and Liberty Hyde Bailey: Models of Democratic Research

Alfonso Morales, Jane Addams, and Liberty Hyde Bailey: Models of Democratic Research Alfonso Morales, Jane Addams, and Liberty Hyde Bailey: Models of Democratic Research lisa heldke Gustavus Adolphus College back in a bout 1984 or 1985, when I’d been in graduate school for a couple of years at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, I started hanging around with three chemists who shared a house. They were colleagues of my roommate, a chemistry grad student. One of them, no kidding, was named Lloyd A. Bumm, who would always introduce himself by saying, “My name is the best joke I know.” Lloyd was a quirky, curious guy who often explored unusual places around the City, unlike the typical chemistry grad student. For instance, he frequently would head into Chicago on Sunday mornings to go to this crazy street market he knew about. He invited me to go with him one weekend; he was looking for a power supply, whatever the heck that was. “I know a place we can have Polish sausages for lunch,” he said. “I’m in,” I said. And that’s how I ended up at the Maxwell Street Market. Lloyd did not find a power source that day—which is not to say that there wasn’t one to be had. There was, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Pluralist University of Illinois Press

Alfonso Morales, Jane Addams, and Liberty Hyde Bailey: Models of Democratic Research

The Pluralist , Volume 14 – Mar 13, 2019

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Alfonso Morales, Jane Addams, and Liberty Hyde Bailey: Models of Democratic Research lisa heldke Gustavus Adolphus College back in a bout 1984 or 1985, when I’d been in graduate school for a couple of years at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, I started hanging around with three chemists who shared a house. They were colleagues of my roommate, a chemistry grad student. One of them, no kidding, was named Lloyd A. Bumm, who would always introduce himself by saying, “My name is the best joke I know.” Lloyd was a quirky, curious guy who often explored unusual places around the City, unlike the typical chemistry grad student. For instance, he frequently would head into Chicago on Sunday mornings to go to this crazy street market he knew about. He invited me to go with him one weekend; he was looking for a power supply, whatever the heck that was. “I know a place we can have Polish sausages for lunch,” he said. “I’m in,” I said. And that’s how I ended up at the Maxwell Street Market. Lloyd did not find a power source that day—which is not to say that there wasn’t one to be had. There was,

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The PluralistUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Mar 13, 2019

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