21 Haunting Images That Changed The Laws Of American Child Labor

People knew this was going on, but Hine put it right in their faces by publishing them in periodicals and displaying the images at lectures. Those who saw his photos had the rare chance to gaze into the eyes of distraught children laboring in awful conditions. People who saw his photos could only wonder what lives these children would otherwise have lived was there not a tolerance of the abuse.

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