To. Ms. Sue

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Ms. Sue you know the letter I posted, I am not sure if I have included this part in it: Explain why it is undesirable to improve working conditions. This was the part that I was stuck on as well.

  • To. Ms. Sue -

    I think you covered that when you pointed out that business owners made a bigger profit using children as laborers.

    Also, they might have argued that it was good training for children to work hard.

  • To. Ms. Sue -

    thank you so much for all your help:-)

  • To. Ms. Sue -

    You're very welcome, Sara.

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