the good old days

Posted: April 11, 2013 in economic policy, human rights, politics, poverty, poverty


  1. Steve Morris says:

    So, am I to understand that all the improvements in the past century happened because of unions, social programs and minimum wage? Is it possible that other factors played a part? I’m thinking massive advances in science, technology, medicine, public sanitation. Did the discovery of cheap and plentiful oil reserves contribute? Does modern transportation help people to be more mobile and dynamic? Did the invention of the computer or cell phone play a part in changing lives?

    Or was it really just the unions who did it all by themselves?

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