Child Labor and the Industrial Revolution

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990. First edition. Hardcover in full cloth. Small octavo ( standard size ). Slight wear to edges and corners of dj and corners. 194 p. w/ endnotes, index, tables. A detailed study of child workers in textile mills in England during the Industrial Revolution from a family economic standpoint, arguing that economics of the time made such labor sensible. He also agues that it was changing economic conditions, rather than labor laws, that ended child labor. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Item #13644

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