Read the excerpt from "lewis hine a nation see the light." in 1904, a group of people who were concerned about children working in factories and other industries created the national child labor committee. they wanted to raise the age at which children could be hired. they also sought to lower the number of hours children were allowed to work, because they wanted children to be able to attend school. this committee spoke out, but words were not enough to create change. what conclusion can be drawn by connecting knowledge of the historical time period with information in the text? the use of child labor in factories and other industries was very common. the use of child labor was considered unacceptable by most business owners. the use of child labor was considered an unacceptable alternative to formal education. the use of child labor in factories and other industries was very rare.
The use of child labor in factories and other industries was very common.
This is the best option. The information in the excerpt indicates that child labor was a big enough problem that a committee was formed to speak out for children's rights. The other options seem less likely because if most business owners found child labor unacceptable it wouldn't be wide-spread enough for a committee to be formed. Also, the excerpt does not state that it's an unacceptable alternative to formal education. While the excerpt does mention that reducing the number of hours children are allowed to work would give them time for school, it doesn't say anything about work being a replacement for education. The reasoning for choosing the first option negates the last one. It's either common or rare.
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B and D
Both B and D explain how children were affected from working in mills, you can cross the other answer choices out because they don't say how they affect children.
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Because Wilson was President during WWI. During this period, many men had to join the military to fight in Europe, leaving their work positions in the U. S. vacant. This gap in the workforce was often filled by women and children. This change in the nature of the workforce needed to be regulated, and this was a matter that concerned President Wilson.
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D. Was an efficiency expert is the correct answer.
Fredrick Taylor was an American engineer who tried to improve the industrial efficiency. He wrote the book shop management. He used to believe that management should be studied as a discipline, instead of trade unions the workers should participate with each other and the best results in the factory could be received only with a partnership between a trained and qualified management. He coined the term scientific management in the article The Principle of Scientific management that was published in 1911.