The human cost of “free trade” policies, as illustrated by The Constant Gardener

Guest post by Stan Sorscher In a somewhat contentious Town Hall meeting, some of my Congressmember’s constituents, including me, were challenging his adherence to “free trade” policies. In his defense he said, “Go watch The Constant Gardener.” So I did.

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Posted in A Fair Deal at Work, An Inclusive Economy, Early Learning, Educational Opportunity, Health Care, Minimum Wage, Retirement Security

Worst wage drop since Great Depression is bad news for American workers — and businesses

The Wall Street Journal reports the bottom has fallen out for American families: wages have taken the worst plunge ever since the Great Depression. Chances are good it will take years, if not decades, for wages to rebound to pre-financial

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Posted in An Inclusive Economy, EOI
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