In the letter Mrs. Smoot explains that her fourteen-year-old daughter will soon lose her job because of recent legislation addressing child labor: "Monday President Roosevelt's new rule for textile mills becomes effective and while it is a...
In the first letter, written October 31, 1933, Harry H. Smith describes the strike to Governor Benjamin Miller. To protest alleged violations of the National Recovery Administration's textile code, the strikers have been harassing the mill's...
In the message Kennedy cites a section of the United States Code that allows the president to intervene in situations of domestic violence when state officials have not adequately protected their citizens. He assures Wallace that no final decisions...
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