Caption: The Eight-Hour Glass

Source/Date: Saturday Evening Post, October 21, 1916

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Creator: Herbert Johnson

Remarks: Wilson's decision to push for the Adamson Act, which gave the rail unions a pay raise disguised as an eight hour day, was widely believed to be an effort to buy labor support for the upcoming election. Here the artist suggests that time is running out on this scheme

Keywords: Adamson Act; Unions