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Child Labor Pamphlets, 1908-1935


Child Labor Pamphlets, 1908-1935: Difficult and dangerous work by young children in textile factories, glassworks, canneries, mines and other industrial settings became a serious social issue at the beginning of the 20th century. Churches and social service agencies began to resist the employment of children; among these, the National Child Labor Committee was particularly active. Pamphlets were an important means of spreading their message.

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