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Review: Poisoned on the job, 'Radium Girls' fight back

Though the title may sound like science fiction or some rock-and-roll romp, "Radium Girls" gets its name from the plaintiffs in a real court case about an American tragedy during the Progressive Era. The case had a lasting impact on workplace protections, though possibly not as enduring as the effect the

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