Josephine Clara Goldmark
(1877 - 1950), was the chairman of the committee on labor laws for the National Consumers League
(NCL). She was an aggressive and prolific investigator of labor conditions, and she was also an advocate of social reform to create better working conditions for American workers.
- "Working women and the laws: a record of neglect," in Woman's work and organizations, ed. Emory R. Johnson. Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1906. Pages 64-78.
- Labour laws for women in the United States. London: Women's Industrial Council, 1907.
- Handbook of laws regulating women's hours of labor. New York: National Consumers League, 1912.
- Fatigue and efficiency: a study in industry. New York: Survey Associates, 1913.
she suffered from child labor