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Kids on Strike!

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Kids on Strike!

Kids on Strike! is a 2003 non-fiction book written by award winning author Susan Campbell Bartoletti. It is set in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when child labor was prominent in the United States. It consists of eight chapters, (ten if including an introduction at the beginning and a timeline at the end) which all focus on strikes led by kids, or affecting kids. These kids fought for better working rights and some got them, and some did not. Important figures mentioned include Mother Jones, Pauline Newman, Lucy Larcom, and Kid Blink.

See also

  • Newsboys Strike of 1892

External links

  • Kids on Strike!- Google Book Search
  • at Amazon.com


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