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Child Labor in the 1990s

The modern economy has a much broader scope than the economy at its conception in the Gilded Age. America relies on the world market to support its industries and exports and also relies on imports for national consumption. America thus relies indirectly on the forces of labor in trade-partnering countries throughout the world. Although America has successfully attacked child labor in its own realm, it is still a problem and an issue for America today because of the prominent existence of child labor in countries, especially those in Asia and Africa, with which America deals often. Information on child labor of present-day is categorized below:

 

government reports; legislation and statistics

excerpts from an article on global child labor

more statistics, graphs, tables

pictures of child labor conditions in the 1990s

 

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