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The 1935 passage of The Wagner Act (The National Labor Relations Act) immediately became known as "The Magna Carta for Labor" for what reason?
It forced labor unions to admit women and African-Americans into their ranks.
It created the Department of Labor, an influential presidential cabinet position.
It prohibited further use of state militias in ending labor strikes.
It granted a Federal minimum wage for the first time in American history.
It granted workers the right to organize and bargain collectively with their employers.