Pros And Cons Of Child Labor In The United States

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Child Labor in the United States was different than Child Labor in China But also the same in some ways too. There were pros and cons to each of them. Some might have been better in the United States and worse in China and some might be better in China and worse in the United States. In the United States, children were cheaper, more manageable, and they were also less likely to strike. The jobs children did depended on their how old they were and their gender. Children in the US worked in large mines, glass factories, home industries, messengers, and more. The children here were treated like slaves. They did not get paid much at all. They also had to work all day long in the 1800’s. Later on they began limiting their work

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