New York History Forum: Labor conditions of New York during both World Wars
Posted by: Radames (radames.reyes@ThisIsToPreventSpam-793-RemoveThis.db.com) on 10 Feb 2003 at 3:03:28 PM
I'm trying to dig up some info on the factory working conditions in New York during WWi and WWii. I've checked the libraries but everything is about the actual war and not on the conditions at home. Can anyone give a suggestion or help? Please email email@example.com. Many thanks in advance.
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