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Minimum age and a minimum wage: seventy-five years ago, Congress passed the nation's most important legislation dealing with workers' rights. Oct 7, 2013 2605
1911: the triangle factory fire: one hundred years ago, a deadly blaze in New York helped spur reform of the nation's labor laws. Mar 14, 2011 2595
1929: from boom bust: the lessons of the great depression are helping the nation deal with the current recession--and avoid another economic calamity. Sep 21, 2009 2721
Cash for graduates: should students--and adults--get paid just to do the right thing? New York City is giving the idea a try. Jan 14, 2008 545
"A grave wrong": during World War II, more than 100,000 Japanese-Americans were forced to abandon their homes and businesses and move to guarded camps surrounded by barbed wire. Oct 1, 2007 1942
Old ways, new world: for Afghan and Indian immigrants in the U.S., dating and marriage present special challenges. Jan 10, 2005 1065
The liberation of Auschwitz: sixty years ago this month, advancing Allied troops came face to face with the horrors of the Nazi death camps. Jan 10, 2005 1920
Ellis Island: the end of an era: it closed 50 years ago this month, but the entry point for millions of immigrants is alive in America's memory. Nov 29, 2004 1565

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