Space will not permit of a comprehensive enumeration of the provisions of the Act or of the problems which have already arisen in its application, but an attempt will be made to briefly state and discuss its salient features and the more important problems which have arisen to date, and in conclusion reference will be made to the problem of constitutionality which is ever present in pioneering social and economic legislation.
S. H. Shefelman,
State Bar Journal,
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938: The Recent Congressional Enactment Pertaining to Wages, Hours and Child Labor,
14 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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