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"At the turn of the 20th century, photographer Lewis Wickes Hine documented the working conditions of America’s children ... His images of soot-covered, cotton-picking, newspaper-lugging boys and girls are a big reason Congress went on to pass a series of child labor laws.... Today, the U.S. Department of Labor finds itself under fire for failing to enforce child labor laws, with reports emerging of an unaccounted underclass of child workers. ...  they tend to be Central American immigrants. But they, too, are performing hazardous jobs in America’s factories and fields. More at The Conversation ➜

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