Michael Lavalette introduces the second section of this text, Child Labour in British History, by presenting the ways in which it deals with the changing nature and form of child employment throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the reasons for the decline in child labour during this time.This introduction also recognises the section’s discussion of the criticism directed towards the older generations of historians for misrepresenting child labour during the Industrial Revolution and the proto-industrial period.
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