Love it or hate it, many of us recently experienced the annual end of daylight saving time, making for brighter mornings, and darker evenings, for much of the country. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the twice-annual tradition, one that was introduced in 1918 in part to help the country save energy. One hundred years later many Americans are still changing their clocks twice a year, and turning on more lights every November as the sun sets earlier.
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