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Child Labor and the The Keating-Owen Act of 1916

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1902 Political Cartoon Referring to Child Labor. Digital image. Rationalrevolution.net. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Mar. 2016

The editorial cartoon above illustrates the national scourge of child labor.

How did The Keating-Owen Act of 1916 affect this scourge?

A

It prohibited the sale of interstate commerce of products made by children under the age of 14.

B

It prevented the export of industrial products made by children under the age of 14.

C

It forced the employers of children under the age of 14 to pay children the same rate as female employees.

D

It encouraged industries engaged in child labor to relocate to "friendlier" states.

E

It forbade the industrial employment of all children under the age of 14.