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Child Labor in Wisconsin Agriculture: Human Rights Violation or Beneficial Experience?
Human rights organizations have attacked child labor in U.S. agriculture. Investigations into the conditions for children working in U.S. agriculture, such as the 2010 Human Rights Watch study Fields of Peril, propelled ...
Migrant Tejano Laborers in Wisconsin between 1950 and 1970: Effects of an Exclusionary New Deal
The Great Depression was a tumultuous period in American history that ushered in an era of tremendous social change in the form of the New Deal. Policies of the era, such as the Wagner Act, formally recognized laborers' ...