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Health Concerns in 1918

Health Concerns in 1918

The second leading cause of death in the United States about 1915 was tuberculosis. The disease is transmitted from one person to another through various direct means.

Workmen’s Compensation That Preceded State Laws

Workmen’s Compensation That Preceded State Laws

The United States Steel Corporation was recognized as one of the companies at the leading edge for safety in its business operations and a contributor to advancing safety practices in the U.S. An example of the company commitment to its workers is the fact that it offered workmen’s compensation before laws required it.

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