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1890—The Russian Government revises the laws concerning work of underage children and adolescents.
The revised laws permit nine-hour working day and work during holidays, also they allow the night work of adolescents; it also gives manufacturers the right to fire a worker if he (she) is absent from the work more than six days a month.









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