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  • In the 1930s and 1940s Minnesota was a poor state, a place richly endowed with natural resources but defined by low-wage industries such as farming and mining.

    The Good Fight

  • Among the chief suspects are technological changes that increased the value of higher education; globalization that exposed the working class to low-wage competition from abroad; changes in public policy that gave tax breaks to the well-off, undermined minimum wage laws, and discouraged unions; and the fading of social norms that had in the aftermath of the Great Depression and World War II restrained upper-class avarice.

    American Grace

  • In the 1930s and 1940s Minnesota was a poor state, a place richly endowed with natural resources but defined by low-wage industries such as farming and mining.

    The Good Fight

  • Every developed nation was struggling with the same economic challenges—stagflation, the spike in world oil prices, competition from low-wage countries of the developing world.

    The Good Fight

  • Every developed nation was struggling with the same economic challenges—stagflation, the spike in world oil prices, competition from low-wage countries of the developing world.

    The Good Fight

  • Every developed nation was struggling with the same economic challenges—stagflation, the spike in world oil prices, competition from low-wage countries of the developing world.

    The Good Fight

  • In the 1930s and 1940s Minnesota was a poor state, a place richly endowed with natural resources but defined by low-wage industries such as farming and mining.

    The Good Fight

  • The gap between productivity growth and workers wages, especially those of middle - and low-wage workers, is at a historically high level.

    Terrance Heath: A Pledge To 1% of America

  • The gap between productivity growth and workers wages, especially those of middle - and low-wage workers, is at a historically high level.

    Terrance Heath: A Pledge To 1% of America

  • The gap between productivity growth and workers wages, especially those of middle - and low-wage workers, is at a historically high level.

    Terrance Heath: A Pledge To 1% of America

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