Book, Crampton, Norm
"The most dangerous woman in America" is how FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover described humanitarian-social activist-children's champion-world peace advocate Jane Addams, a few years before Addams received the Nobel peace Prize in 1931. You can hardly blame J. Edgar Hoover for shooting from the hip--after all, Addams truly was the scourge of the Chicago Democratic Machine in the 1890's, and FBI files are forever. But this is not a biography. The Most Dangerous Woman in Americais the draft libretto of a prospective musical comedy. *
*taken from the back of the book.