Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Annotation 4

Amelia Gentleman
"Stricter Law Fails to Deminish the Demand for Child Laborers in India."
New York Times. March 4, 2007. pg. 1.8

After the ban on child labor children are still being employed. Many children work as maids and are often only paid $2.25 a month. People blaim the government for not being harder on this issure. Now many children are sent away to work and make more money even if they don't send the money to their families. The children are sent aways also to help their families to survive because one less mouth to feed means more money to live off of.

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