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The people of the state of New York, repondent, against Charles Schweinler press, a corporation, defendant-appellant. A summary of "facts of knowledge" submitted on behalf of the people.

Author: Louis Dembitz Brandeis; Josephine Goldmark; New York (State); Schweinler, Charles. press. a corporation. New York. defendant-appellant.
Publisher: New York, National Consumers League [1918]
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Brandeis, Louis Dembitz, 1856-1941.
People of the state of New York, repondent, against Charles Schweinler press, a corporation, defendant-appellant.
New York, National Consumers League [1918]
(OCoLC)894628836
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Dembitz Brandeis; Josephine Goldmark; New York (State); Schweinler, Charles. press. a corporation. New York. defendant-appellant.
OCLC Number: 2172060
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At head of title: The case against nightwork for women, revised with new introduction to March 1, 1918. Court of appeals, state of New York.
Description: iii, A19, 452 pages including tables, diagrams 24 cm
Contents: Introduction.--Part first. The world's experience upon which the legislation prohibiting the employment of women at night is based. I. The dangers of night work. II. Economic aspects of the prohibition of night work. III. Uniformity of regulation.--Part second. Legislation prohibiting the employment of women at night. I. The American legislation. II. The foreign legislation: national and international. III. War time exemptions in foreign legislation.--Decision of the New York Court of appeals upholding the New York nightwork law for women.
Other Titles: Case against nightwork for women.
Responsibility: Prepared April, 1914, by Louis D. Brandeis and Josephine Goldmark.

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