Archived Web Site Welcome to the National Consumers' League

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Welcome to the National Consumers' League
Official Web site of the National Consumers' League.
Contributor Names
National Consumers' League (creator)
Subject Headings
-  United States -- Children's Bureau
-  United States -- Fair Labor Standards Act
-  United States -- Federal Trade Commission
-  United States -- Social Security Administration
-  Alliance Against Fraud in Telemarketing
-  Alliance to Protect Electricity Consumers
-  Apparel Industry Partnership
-  Child Labor Coalition
-  Consumer Health Care Conference
-  Fair Labor Coalition
-  National Consumers' League -- Assertive Consumer Project
-  National Consumers' League -- Internet Fraud Watch Project
-  National Consumers' League Children in the Fields Campaign
-  National Fraud Information Center (U.S.)
-  Safe Food Coalition
-  Community credit link newsletter
-  Child labor
-  Consumer behavior
-  Consumer education
-  Consumer goods
-  Consumer goods -- Safety measures
-  Consumer protection
-  Consumers
-  Consumers' leagues
-  Drugs -- Law and legislation
-  Electric utilities -- Deregulation
-  Employee rights
-  Environmental policy
-  Equal pay for equal work
-  Finance, Personal
-  Financial services industry
-  Food law and legislation
-  Fraud
-  Home labor
-  Hours of labor
-  Industrial safety -- Law and legislation
-  Insurance, Disability
-  Insurance, Health
-  Medicaid
-  Migrant labor -- Medical care
-  Minimum wage
-  National health insurance
-  Nuclear industry -- Employees -- Legal status, laws, etc.
-  Older people -- Medical care
-  Packaging -- Law and legislation
-  Pesticides -- Law and legislation
-  Poor -- Medical care
-  Privacy, Right of
-  Public health
-  Reformers
-  Social reformers
-  Social security -- Law and legislation
-  Sweatshops
-  Telecommunication -- Law and legislation
-  Wages
-  Women -- Employment
-  Work environment
-  Workers' compensation
-  Working class -- Law and legislation
web site
Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Washington, DC., 20540
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Online Format
web page
Official Web site of the National Consumers' League. Web Site. electronic | Electronic (Form).
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National Consumers' League. Welcome to the National Consumers' League. 2006. Archived Web Site.

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National Consumers' League. (2006) Welcome to the National Consumers' League. [Archived Web Site] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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National Consumers' League. Welcome to the National Consumers' League. 2006. Archived Web Site. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.