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Excerpt from Child Labor in New Jersey, Vol. 2: Children Engaged in Industrial Home Work
New Jersey has an importance in industrial home work far beyond the extent to which its own manufacturers make use of the home work system. Its nearness to New York and Philadelphia, both centers of industries that employ home workers in large numbers, provides a tempting supply of labor for manufacturers in these cities. The labor supply for home work, besides being conveniently situated, is especially advantageous to these manufacturers because as employers residing outside the State they can seldom, if ever, be prosecuted under the New Jersey laws regulating industrial home work; and, as regards work sent into New Jersey, they are beyond the jurisdiction of the home-work laws of their own States.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 22, 2017)
isbn: 0259914304, 978-0259914303,
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