Over the last several years, I have been looking early workers’ compensation systems in North America. The striking surge in workers’ compensation legislation among US states and Canadian provinces in the early decades of the twentieth century is evidence of a societal change that transcended party politics and established social convention.
There is some debate as to which state or province had the first true workers’ compensation system. ...
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