Child labor and sweatshops

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Greenhaven Press, Aug 12, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 127 pages
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Abuses of child and adult workers have led to protests, boycotts, and treaties to end child labor and sweatshops. Everyone agrees the worst practices must be stopped. But debate rages over the underlying causes, and whether workplace exploitation is an inevitable step in economic development or an avoidable human rights violation.

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Contents

Introduction
5
The Worst Forms of Child Labor
17
Regulated Child Labor Is Necessary in Developing
24
Copyright

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