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The most extensive series of laws protecting labor were passed:

A: by the federal government during the New Deal under Franklin D. Roosevelt

B: by state legislatures before the Civil War

C: by the federal government in recent years under John F. Kennedy

  • Government -

    During which time period did we have a depression and high unemployment? That was the time that the most protective labor laws were passed.

  • Government -

    Thank you, I haven't been thinking straight lately...

  • Government -

    You're welcome. I hope your thinking gets back on track. :-)

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