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" Thus by-and-by mother and children working together come to receive no more than did the mother working alone. The employer — and eventually, in all probability, the public — has in fact obtained the labour of the children without extra payment. To... "
Baby Toilers - Page 128
by Olive Christian Malvery MacKirdy, Olive Christian Malvery Mackirdy ("Mrs. Archibald Mackirdy, ") - 1907 - 198 pages
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Handbook of the "Daily News" Sweated Industries Exhibition May, 1906

London (England). Sweated Industries' exhibition - Home labor - 1906 - 162 pages
...it remains true that the practice is suicidal. The same pressure that leads to the employment of the children, presently leads, in a slack time, to the...receive no more than did the mother working alone. The employer — and eventually in all probability, the public — has in fact obtained the labour...
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Sweated Industries: Being a Handbook of the "Daily News" Exhibition

Richard Mudie-Smith - Home labor - 1906 - 142 pages
...it remains true that the practice is suicidal. The same pressure that leads to the employment of the children, presently leads, in a slack time, to the...receive no more than did the mother working alone. The employer — and eventually, in all probability, the public — has in fact obtained the labour...
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Sweated Industry and the Minimum Wage

Clementina Black - Great Britain - 1907 - 281 pages
...increase output by setting his children to work. " The same pressure that leads to the employment of the children presently leads, in a slack time, to the...securing work. The poorer the worker the less possible is any resistance to any reduction in pay. Thus, by and by, mother and children, working together, come...
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Sweated Industry and the Minimum Wage

Clementina Black - Great Britain - 1907 - 281 pages
...The poorer the worker the less possible is any resistance to any reduction in pay. Thus, by and by, mother and children, working together, come to receive no more than did the mother working alone. The employer — and eventually in all probability the public — has in fact obtained the labour of...
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Classes, Power, and Conflict: Classical and Contemporary Debates

Anthony Giddens, David Held - Social Science - 1982 - 646 pages
...additional family members was futile. The same pressure that leads to the employment of the childen presently leads in a slack time to the acceptance of yet lower pay for the sake of securing work . . . Thus, by and by, mother and children come to receive no more than did the mother working alone....
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