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>>11321260
It barely existed.
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I would've loved to make money at 12. Didn't care so much about the bullshit at school, and anyways at 12 you know how to read and write, the rest is filler/propaganda.
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their parents sent them to work to bring extra income for the family, if they were still on a farm they would send them to wash clothes, weed and other activities
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>>11321283
Washing clothes and weeding as incidental ways kids can help on the farm is different from 12 hours of hard labor day in and day out.
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>>11321260
More like socially acceptable child abuse. But only for the worse cases. Universal education just wasnt a thing yet.
No, tribal shaman telling bix nood stories is not universal education. Welfare was invented by whites
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>>11321260
Ancaps are fine with this.



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