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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?
It prohibited the sale of interstate commerce of products made by children under the age of 14.
It prevented the export of industrial products made by children under the age of 14.
It forced the employers of children under the age of 14 to pay children the same rate as female employees.
It encouraged industries engaged in child labor to relocate to "friendlier" states.
It forbade the industrial employment of all children under the age of 14.