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|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David M Haugen; Susan Musser
|Description:||141 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Regulating child labor in the United States : an overview / Todd Postol --
State and federal governments address child labor in different ways / Andrea Giampetro-Meyer, Timothy Brown, and Nancy Kubasek --
Congress does not have the power to regulate child labor within states : the Supreme Court's decision / William R. Day --
Congress does have the power to regulate child labor within states / Dissenting Opinion / Oliver Wendell Holmes --
Congress should adopt a child labor amendment / Arthur Garfield Hays --
Congress should not adopt a child labor amendment / Duncan U. Fletcher --
Teenagers have a right to work / V. Nathaniel Ang --
Child labor protections are outdated / Seymour Moskowitz --
Lowering the minimum wage would increase teen employment / James Sherk --
Increasing the minimum wage would not increase teen unemployment / Heidi Shierholz --
The struggle to find a first job : personal narrative / Danielle Wilson --
Child farm workers should be held to the same regulations as other young workers / Human Rights Watch --
Child farm workers should not be subject to unreasonable regulation / Stu Ellis --
Learning that hard work leads to a better life : personal narrative / Melissa Gonzalez --
Children in reality television shows should be protected by labor laws / Dayna B. Royal.
|Series Title:||Teen rights and freedoms.|
|Responsibility:||David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors.|
- Child labor -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
- Teenagers -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
- Teenagers -- Employment -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
- Child labor -- Law and legislation.
- Teenagers -- Employment.
- Teenagers -- Legal status, laws, etc.
- United States.