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Download Part I. 1 Books Have Their Fates--And So Do Laws (371 KB)

Download 2. Void Where Prohibited and Its Impact on OSHA's Interpretive About-Face (564 KB)

Download 3. Iowa OSHA Anticipates Federal OSHA (302 KB)

Download Part II. 4 How OSHA Almost Revoked Its Toilet Standard in 1978 (758 KB)

Download 5. Groups of Workers Not Even Covered by OSHA's Toilet Standard (875 KB)

Download Part III. 6 OSHA Comes to Its Senses (460 KB)

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Download Part IV. 9 Meanwhile Up in Civilized Canada: Pee for a Fee (456 KB)

Download 10. Oui Oui to Wee Wee: The Freedom to Go to the Bathroom As a Fundamental Human Right in France (408 KB)

Download Part V. 11 The Few, The Proud, The Citations (1.7 MB)

Download 12. Relatively Vigorous Complaint-Driven Enforcement: UFCW-Organized Animal Slaughter Plants in Iowa (471 KB)

Download 13. Bourbon and Urine Don't Mix: Jim Beam in Kentucky (2.8 MB)

Download 14. Precocious But Meager Enforcement for Bus Drivers: Washington (604 KB)

Download 15. And Bringing Up the Rear: Cal/OSHA (413 KB)

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Publication Date



Fănpìhuà Press


Iowa City, Iowa, USA

Total Pages

xii, 382 pages

ISBN of print version



Rest periods, Hours of labor, Employee rights

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© 2003 Marc Linder

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Void where prohibited revisited: the trickle-down effect of OSHA’s at-will bathroom-break regulation