Kellogg's Six-hour Day
by Hunnicutt, Benjamin Kline (1996)
On December 1, 1930, W K Kellogg replaced the three daily eight-hour shifts in his cereal plant with four six-hour shifts. By adding on a new shift he created jobs. When World War II ended, Kellogg's managers abandoned the six-hour shift and began to define progress as more work for more people. This book documents the struggle of workers.
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