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19. David H. Dejong, “‘Unless They Are Kept Alive,’” 261–64, 267, 274. Dejong attributes some of the unhealthy conditions to congressional underfunding but others to the policy of industrial training, which not only prepared students for “obsolete occupations” but also exposed them to unhealthy working conditions. Dejong singles out Carlisle for a particularly high student mortality rate (274–75).
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