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Lewis Hine's early 20th-century pictures of children selling newspapers, working on the assembly line, or digging in the fields are still moving evidence of America's dark side at the beginning of the century, when for many children there was little time for childhood.
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Vicki Goldberg is a photographic critic for The New York Times and the author of several books on photography.Review:
Aesthetics were not what Hine's work was about; it was social change that he sought. -- The New York Times Book Review, Andrea Barnet
His belief in the power of pictures to change public opinion, made Hine indefatigable... Truths were revealed in the details... -- The New York Times Book Review, June 18, 2000
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