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1 Headlines for Today: March 23, 2003 Edition By Ryan Pittman?Block 4LEADING STORIES??Reformers Help End Child Labor Practices. What is a reformer, anyway Reformers are people who want to make positive changes for the good of society. They wanted to help put an end to unfair child labor practices that went on for years and no one did anything to stop them. They believed that the more people were informed about the poor working conditions of young children that they had to endure, the better their message would be spread and their cause would be made public.
Reformers would help to convince voters to create and pass a law to end child labor for good. These reformers would go to the newspapers and give speeches to inform others. With the help of Lewis H. Hines?s photographs of the children in the mines and in the mills, the reformers were able to convince more and more people that a law to stop child labor needed to be put in place and practiced now. In 1904, in an effort to end child labor altogether, the reformers formed a committee, which was called labor, child, children, work, boys, coal, mother, jones, even, working, reformers, textile, mills, help, forced, breaker, very, time, practices, people, out, off, law, gazette, end, day, article, age, under, put, passed, little, hours, factory, didn?t