|President Butler, like many other estimable persons, is opposed to the amendment, not because he believes children ought to work for hire, but because he fears undue "control" by Congress of "persons under eighteen"--whom Mr. Butler refuses to admit are children. >>more...>>
Title: Is Child Labor Abolished?
Publication: The Nation
Date: April, 1936
Publisher: The Nation
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- Child Labor
Notes: Vol. 142, No. 3693, p. 469.