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ONE of the many tragic aspects of the industrial exploitation of children is the army of boys and girls who, at the outset of their industrial careers, fall victims to the machine. Each year, in the sixteen states which take the trouble to find out what is happening to their young workers, no less than a thousand children under eighteen years are permanently disabled and another hundred are killed.  >>more...>>

Title:     Children Hurt at Work
Author:    Zimand, Gertrude Folks
Publication:     The Survey
Date:     July, 1932

Publisher:     Survey Associates, Inc.
Type:     Article

Listed Under:
Child Labor
Industrial Accidents
Workmen's Compensation

Notes:     Vol. 68, No. 8, p. 326.