Josephine Clara Goldmark

Josephine Goldmark, from a 1912 publication Josephine Clara Goldmark (October 13, 1877 – December 15, 1950) was an advocate of labor law reform in the United States during the early 20th century. Her work against child labor and for wages-and-hours legislation (the 8-hour day, minimum wage) was influential in the passage of the Keating–Owen Act in 1916 and the later Fair Labor Standards Act of 1937. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Impatient crusader : Florence Kelley's life story. by Goldmark, Josephine, 1877-1950

    Published 1953
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    Impatient crusader : Florence Kelley's life story. by Goldmark, Josephine, 1877-1950

    Published 1953
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    Nursing and nursing education in the United States /

    Published 1923
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    Women in industry / by Brandeis, Louis D., 1856-1941

    Published 1969
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    Frank O. Bunting, plaintiff in error, vs. The state of Oregon, defendant in error. : Supplemental brief for defendant in error upon re- argument / by Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965

    Published 1916
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