Answer the following:
1. In 1937, Congress passed and the President signed the National Apprenticeship Act (also known as the Fitzgerald Act) into law. This made the federal government (Department of Labor) or the state governments (Departments of Labor) responsible for the protection of apprentices, depending on which state you live in. In what ways did these Departments of Labor protect apprentices?(You should review page 1-11 in the Flipbook as you prepare this answer).