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In 2010 there were about 7.74% of children aged from 10 to 15 being forced to work inChina. In myessay I will be discussing child labor.The three main ideas that I will bediscussing are. Child labor in China, Child labor in the United States, and Child labor in the bookEnder’s Game. How big of a deal is child labor, and how could it affect the children?In the novel Ender’s Game it shows child labor through battle school. Ender has to go tobattle school to learn how to fight the buggers. Because they are making kids fight for theircountry. “I’ll be old when I ever see them again, twelve at the earliest. Why did I say yes? Whatwas I such a fool for? Going to school would have been nothing.” Because he is taken awayfrom his family to fight against the buggers. He wouldn’t have a childhood.Consequently, migrant farmworkers are largely unprotected by the U.S. legal systemtoday, and 500,000 of these workers are under the age of 18.” Children have to work on farms

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Term
Winter
Professor
Ms.Wasser
Tags
Child Labor, battle school

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