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Fair Labor Standards Act

Fair Labor Standards Act, U.S. law passed in 1938 under the Roosevelt administration's New Deal to guarantee most workers a minimum wage and a 44-hr maximum working week. The act was subsequently extended and improved.

See also: Wages and hours.

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