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One of the thousands who donate their fingers to the Lumber Trust. The Trust compensated all with poverty and some with bullets on November 5, 1916. On June 2, 1920, the Smith-Fess Act, better known as the Civilian Vocational Rehabilitation Act, passed Congress. This law provided federal assistance for disabled workers for the first time […]

Disabled Workers

In General
On February 12, 2014
Disabled workers operate in a complicated space within American labor. Many of them are capable of productive labor that helps make their lives better. Employers probably wouldn’t hire them without incentives and at least for some of them, the need for constant overseeing from case workers probably barely makes it worth the trouble. On the […]
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