In what year did the 40 hour work week become standard as a result of Fair Labor Standards Act, which was part of FDR's New Deal?

Answer 1940

The Fair Labor Standards Act was established in 1938 as part of FDR's New Deal following the Great Crash in '29 which enforced a 44 hour work week, overtime pay, and set child labor standards. On June 26, 1940, Congress amended the FLSA limiting the work week to 40 hours.

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