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the adamson act passed in 1916 was a bill
The Adamson Act, passed in 1916, was a bill: reducing the railroad workers’ workday from 10 to 8 hours with no loss of pay.
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The Adamson Act, passed in 1916, was a bill: reducing the railroad workers’ workday from 10 to 8 hours with no loss of pay.
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