Work, Parenting and Inequality

Workplace Laws and Policies from 1898 to 2018

by Candace Saari Kovacic-Fleischer

Tags: Constitutional Law, Gender Law, Labor/Employment Law, Legal History, Political Science, Women and the Law

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ISBN 978-1-61163-820-2
eISBN 978-1-5310-0400-2

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Work, Parenting and Inequality: Workplace Laws and Policies from 1898 to 2018 considers whether laws in the United States make it difficult for people to be employees and parents at the same time. The book covers constitutional law, employment law, social security law, poverty law, discrimination law, disability law, and veterans law in historical context beginning with the 1890s. To do this, the book includes copies of primary sources—reports, bills, laws as originally passed, signing statements, amendments, and bills not passed—and court cases arranged chronologically by topic. Because the book focuses on policies and consequences of laws, it explains how to understand each law before introducing it in statutes and cases. Thus, it is intended that the book be a reference for people in a variety of disciplines.

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