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Women's Rights And The Labor Movement
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4 pages in length. There have been myriad movements throughout history that have served to alter the very course upon which humankind bases its progression. However, one might readily surmise how none were quite as consequential as women's rights and labor, given the extent to which each movement set new standards of equity and treatment where gender and workers are concerned. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Workers' Compensation Law: Georgia
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A 4 page review of workers' compensation. This paper comments specifically on laws in Georgia. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Workers' Rights and the Law
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A 4 page overview of some of the more common legal requirements for employee rights. A detailed discussion is included on the more complex ramifications of workers' rights as provided in the “Employment at Will” and the “Fair Labor Standards Act”. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Working Class Housing In Early Twentieth Century Britain: Central And Local State Solutions
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12 pages in length. Urban blight was alive and well for the working class population in early twentieth century Britain. With rigid social structure the overwhelming force behind housing populations, Britain's central and local states found themselves with a significant problem on their hands. The squalid conditions that many people called home were slowly but surely becoming the focus of significant strife; as such, a solution had to be found before the working class would rebel any further. Working class housing at the turn-of-the-century Britain reflected a conspicuous absence of civilized surroundings, with structures so decrepit and unappealing that those who were relegated to such living quarters were thought of as social fringe. In order to address this ever-mounting problem, Britain's central and local states took aim and applied the notion of modernism as a means by which to appease the working class. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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