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Affecting Women and Children

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WHITE SPACES INDICATE GOOD LEGISLATION,

BLACK SPACES POOR OR NO LEGISLATION,

COLOR SPACES FULL SUFFRAGE STATES

Circle Industrial Welfare Commis

sion to regulate hours, wages
and working conditions of
women and children

2 Child Labor-14 year limit.
Guarded exemptions during
vacations are allowed and
poverty exemptions when
these are neutralized by
Mothers' Pensions laws

Circle 3 Compulsory education-State

wide

4 Eight or nine hour day for

women

5 Minimum wage
6 Mothers' pensions
7 Equal guardianship

8 Age of consent, 18 years
chaste or unchaste

9 Red light abatement
10 Prohibition

Note: Neither Illinois nor any of the Victory States of 1917
are included as full suffrage states in chart analysis

MANUAL

BY

S. E. FORMAN

AND

MARJORIE SHULER

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY

CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT

NEW YORK

THE CENTURY CO.

1918

Copyright, 1918, by

THE CENTURY Co.

This book is sent forth to meet the evident desire of the American woman to know more about her government. Its purpose is not to satisfy that desire but to stimulate it. The facts which it contains about the government have been selected mainly from one of Dr. Forman's books, "The American Republic." The introduction for the woman voter has been written by one whose supreme gifts are helping to bring about world recognition of the relationship between woman and government, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance and of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

MARJORIE SHULER.

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