Child labor has changed a lot we as children now have the rights to not work. If somebody tries to make us work they are breaking the law. In Texas it has change a lot you have to be 16 to be put to work.
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Child labor, or the use of children as servants and apprentices, has been practiced throughout most of human history, but reached a zenith during the Industrial Revolution. Miserable working conditions including crowded and unclean factories, a lack of safety codes or legislation and long hours were the norm. Crucially, children could be paid less, were less likely to organize into unions and their small stature enabled them to complete tasks in factories or mines that would be challenging for adults. Working children were unable to attend school—creating a cycle of poverty that was difficult to break. Nineteenth century reformers and labor organizers sought to restrict child labor and improve working conditions to uplift the masses, but it took the Great Depression—a time when Americans were desperate for employment—to shake long-held practices of child labor in the United States.
Children who work experience isolation and depression, which often prevents them from continuing to develop healthy emotions as they grow, and can lead to many physical effects. Often, these children also suffer from malnutrition which leads to other serious health and mental conditions later in life
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the government closely monitored its finances to avoid another financial collapse.