b'4G rey HouseOPINIONS P ublishing Opinions Throughout HistoryOpinions Throughout History: Workers Rights & WagesThroughoutAt one time in America, children as young as five or six were expected to work, sometimes in dangerous conditions, and without any protection from abuse or injury. Attitudes about the welfare of children and workers of all ages has been one of the central arcs of social and political evolution in the United Workers Rights & WagesStates. This effort is ongoing, with politicians and the public struggling to balance the desire to growthe economy and our corporations, with the need to ensure that persons of all ages have access to the resources they need to live healthy and happy lives. This volume in the Opinions Throughout Historyseries looks at the evolution of policies and attitudes about workers, the American workplace, and wages. Issues covered include income inequality and wage stagnation, unemployment insurance, labor unions and movements, and the ongoing effort to provide training and education for American workers.April 2022 |800 pages |Hardcover |ISBN 978-1-63700-138-7 |$195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformOpinions Throughout History: Law Enforcement in AmericaLaw enforcement is one of the most controversial topics of the modern age as the United States and many other nations struggle with persistent issues at the intersection of racial, social, and criminal justice. This volume of Opinions Throughout History takes a look at the history and philosophy of policing in America from the vigilante slave catchers of the American South, to the first modern police departments of the Northeast, to the drug war of the 1980s and 1990s. Utilizing a selection of historic and modern documents from newspapers, academia, and politics, Law Enforcement in America looks at how American attitudes on police and the law have been shaped and changed throughout the years, and at ideas about how American policing should evolve to reflect the changing cultural landscape of America.May 2021 |800 pages |Hardcover |ISBN 978-1-64265-846-0 |$195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press PlatformOpinions Throughout History: Diseases & EpidemicsEmphasizes accumulated scientific knowledge worldwide in mastering disease to eradicate epidemics. Recommended for high-school and college-bound researchers, and for a general audience.-BooklistThe European explorers who later settled the New World also brought the first pandemics to the American continents. Over the centuries since, there have been many epidemics and pandemics in the United States, some representing diseases that were originally carried to the continent by colonial settlers, and others brought later as Americans traveled abroad or engaged in warfare on foreign shores. Opinions Throughout History: Diseases & Epidemics traces the history of some of the most impactful diseases in human history, such as smallpox, measles, the bubonic plague, and HIV, and looks at how these viruses and bacterial plagues affected American politics and culture. The book also explores the rise and spread of the anti-vaccination and science skepticism movements and their relationship to American and global public health. The history of American diseases and epidemics is compared to the COVID-19 crisis, one of the deadliest pandemics in modern U.S. history, which has provided a clear example of how federal and state governments can help or hinder the international goal of stamping out disease.December 2020 |800 pages |Hardcover |ISBN 978-1-64265-844-6 |$195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform(800) 562-2139 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.greyhouse.com'