Passage of federal labor laws by : jAylen shorts

Lewis Hines was a progressive that tried to get rid of child labor laws this picture shows children that could be no younger than six they worked like the adults in the family put it was lower wages and longer hours
Marie Van Vorst and Lewis Hines were both muckrakers.Marie Van Vorst wrote different articles and Lewis Hines brought child labor to the attention of the public
The NCLC was the national child labor comittee in 1904 they hired Lewis HInes and he started to put a stop to child labor laws

Massachusetts was the first state law in 1836 which required children who were under the age of 15 to go to school a minimum of three months per year

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