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Which law most directly led to the General Motors sit-down strike in 1936?

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    The fair labor acts of 1935. The GM strike lasted for 44 days. The sit down was created to establish a fair minimum wage scale, a grievance system of sorts, and a set of procedures that would protect assembly line workers from injury.

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