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March 1990, Vol. 113, No. 3
Work and family: the impact of legislation
Sar A. Levitan
Research professor and director of the Center for Social Policy Studies, The George Washington University
Research associate, Center for Social Policy Studies, The George Washington University
The past 75 years have seen the enactment of laws protecting women and children, setting workplace standards, and establishing insurance programs. This article examines legislation that has affected work and family issues.
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