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Paul Kangas Presents: "Dark Legacy"

Date:
Tuesday, November 09, 2010
Time:
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Screening
Organizer/Author:
Paul Kangas
Location Details:
Red Vic Movie Theatre
1727 Haight (at Cole in upper Haight)
San Francisco CA

For many years, the assassination of President Kennedy has been the prime project of Paul Kangas. His radio show on KPOO gave updates for two decades, and he continues to gather facts and information on the subject.

"Dark Legacy" is a new documentary by director John Hankey, and Kangas has booked the Red Vic for the two showings on Tuesday, Nov 9.

Show times 7 and 9pm

$9
Added to the calendar on Tue, Nov 9, 2010 5:27PM

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by Paul Kangas
How did the US get a 40 hour work week?

Henry Ford invented mass production of cars, which made cars cost half as much. Ford made millions selling hemp cars that ran on alcohol, pollution free. His factories required half as many workers, when the work week was 60 hours long. Workers demanded a 40 hour work week so as to share the jobs equally.

Ford liked the idea, so he lowered the work week to a 40 hour week & raised the pay to $5. a day. In a few years the Federal Gov. adopted the 40 hour week. This created 10 million new jobs. This ended the Depression. War never ends economic Depression.
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