Women's legal clinic. Broadcast live. Topic: Sex discrimination in employment. Hosted by Betty Levinson, Eve Cary and Judith Levin and another unnamed host discuss the Lochner vs. New York Supreme Court case (1905), which involved a New York law that limited the number of hours that a baker could work each day to ten, and limited the number of hours that a baker could work each week to 60, and Muller vs. Oregon (1908), which justified both sex discrimination and usage of labor laws during the time period. Call-ins were not recorded.
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