I did not find America in the sweatshops, much less in the schools and colleges.
For strikes in sweatshops are often enough the alternative of starvation.
So many of these sweatshops grew around the kitchen that rent rose in the neighbourhood.
Here are children toiling in sweatshops, factories and mines while men are idle and seeking work.
Go to the department stores and the sweatshops and help the underpaid, friendless girl there if you must work.
Sewing-machines were operated by electricity in sweatshops years ago—because it paid.
There are thousands of farmers' wives in every rural community who endure hardships undreamed of in the sweatshops of commerce.
For us, they toiled in sweatshops and settled the West; endured the lash of the whip and plowed the hard earth.
But costly dresses which need hand embroidery are sent to sweatshops to be done.
Sometimes undergarments are made in sweatshops under very undesirable conditions for health.