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 What era was most associated with the efforts to end child labor in the US?

Answer The Fair Labor Act was passed in the late 1930's, but efforts to end child labor were most aggressive in the early 1900's. The great depression was instrumental in ending child labor, only because ... Read More »
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If an international adoptee (child) is resistant to all efforts by the APs to be connected to their culture...?

I believe as a parent, particularly an adoptive parent, I have a responsibility to weave their original culture into their everyday life, even if that seems unimportant to them at the time. Parents... Read More »
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How did child labor change a child's lifestyle?

they could get SICK or die they lose a precious part of their childhood. They are not able to enjoy as other children do, which can also affect their character also let alone their future.
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Why is child labor bad?

it is bad because it is harmful to children. also it is very dangerous, it is unfair, its illegal and its unjust and its just doesnt make any sense....
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Child Labor Law Act?

Child labor laws have only existed since the early 1900s, and only in wealthier countries such as the United States or the United Kingdom. Developing countries still heavily rely on child labor, al... Read More »
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