Cotton: An Unsuccessful Attemp to Stop Child Labor.

Cotton is ubiquitous in our current culture. Government regulation in this industry was once seen as the main factor that reduced child labor in Great Britain during the 1840’s. In the article, Child Labor and the Factory Acts, Clark Nardinelli describes how the Factory Acts did not actually cause this reduction. Two UWL students, David Turkowitch and Zach Linse, will inform you on the true causes for the decline of child labor in cotton industries.