What World War I policy is still used by Americans today?

Trivia: What World War I policy is still used by Americans today?

The Draft
The National Guard
Food Stamps
Daylight Savings Time

Correct Answer: Daylight Savings Time

So why is this answer correct? : Whether you love or hate the seasonal shifts in time, you can thank the Germans for the acceptance of Daylight Savings Time. Though it had been introduced earlier, it was first implemented as a national policy in April 1916 to address wartime coal shortages and keep German cities dark during nighttime air raids. The Allies followed suit and DST is still used in many countries today.

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