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Social Problems Child Labor Urban Slums Crime Political Corruption Inequality of Wealth Child Labor Florence Kelley Reasons why child labor reform was largely unsuccessful Reasons why child labor reform was largely unsuccessful Business pressure

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social problems
Social Problems
  • Child Labor
  • Urban Slums
  • Crime
  • Political Corruption
  • Inequality of Wealth
reasons why child labor reform was largely unsuccessful9
Reasons why child labor reform was largely unsuccessful
  • Business pressure
  • Legal system reluctant to get involved
reasons why child labor reform was largely unsuccessful10
Reasons why child labor reform was largely unsuccessful
  • Business pressure
  • Legal system reluctant to get involved
  • Parental oposition
poverty17
Poverty
  • 1% of American families owned 7/8 of the nation’s wealth
poverty18
Poverty
  • 1% of American families owned 7/8 of the nation’s wealth
  • 80% of all Americans lived at or below the subsistence level
poverty19
Poverty
  • 1% of American families owned 7/8 of the nation’s wealth
  • 80% of all Americans lived at or below the subsistence level
  • Average working man earned $500/ year
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Poverty
  • 1% of American families owned 7/8 of the nation’s wealth
  • 80% of all Americans lived at or below the subsistence level
  • Average working man earned $500/ year
  • Women earned $6.00/ wk, or less than $400/ year for 70 hour weeks