By the end of the 1920s, reactionary politics stymied reform legislations, and the Sheppard-Towner law lapsed in 1929. Bradley’s published writing dwelled on positive changes to healthcare for rural families during the 1920s. She drafted an account of her own life and work that her four children salvaged after her death in 1949. They also preserved the reformer’s correspondence and reports.
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