Wilsonian reform law that established an 8 hour day for railroad workers?
Adamson Act :)
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As productive as he or whe wishes to be, which oftentimes isn't very. That is unless the said worker is limited in time available to function, as by death or being physically …or mentally restrained.
There are 24 hours in one day, so to find the number of hours in 8 days, one simply needs to find the product of 24 times 8. This happens to be 192 hours.
They earned about 24 dollars less than they made when the great depression was over. That would be $40.00 for an eight hour day of work. Not a lot of money to be earning for a… job like theirs in the world nowadays.
the US adamson act im pretty sure
192 hours = 8 days
Wilsonian reform law that followed the old populist idea of government-backed low-interest loans to farmers?
Federal Farm Loan Act
They were escaping from the harrasment and discrimination they experienced.
.3 repeating days
1/3. 3x8= 24 .
Because for much of recent history, urban working hours were 9 am to 5 pm = 8 hours.
In Trains and Railroads
In Math and Arithmetic
Eight hours is 1/3 of a day. One day = 24 hours, and 24/8=3.
A Quarter is 1/4th SO ... a quarter of an 8 hr day would be 8/4 or 2 hr
In History, Politics & Society
The Adamson Act was passed in 1916, sponsored by William C.Adamson, which established an 8-hour work-day, plus overtime pay.
8:24 = 1:3