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Bound by Our Constitution:
Women, Workers, and the Minimum Wage
Vivien Hart

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1Constitutional Politics3
Ch. 2No Sweat: Work and Women, Britain, 1895-190514
Ch. 3Low-Paid Workers: The Trade Boards Act, Britain, 1906-190939
Ch. 4A Sex Problem: The Politics of Difference, U.S.A., 1907-192163
Ch. 5Police Power: The Welfare of Women, U.S.A., 1907-192187
Ch. 6Gender Trap: Protection versus Equality, U.S.A., 1921-1923108
Ch. 7Due Process: The Welfare of the Economy, U.S.A., 1923-1937130
Ch. 8Labor and Commerce: The Fair Labor Standards Act, U.S.A., 1937-1938151
Ch. 9Conclusion: The Minimum Wage in the 1990s173
Abbreviations183
Notes185
Index247

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