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At the dawn of the last century, American workers were putting their necks on the line and some even lost their lives doing battle for the eight-hour workday.
So what the heck happened? These days,the "three-martini" lunch has morphed into crummy lunches at our desks and mandatory overtime.
The Workday that Wouldn't Die Web site digs deeper into the fundamental quality of life questions posed on the show. Most importantly, it is the Web destination where viewers can inject bold new ideas for reinventing the workday.