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The Longest Sustained Labor Slump since the Great Depression Is Taking a Toll on Working Families—EPI Viewpoints

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[ THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN GIVEN BEFORE THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS OF THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON MARCH 10, 2004 ]

The longest sustained labor slump since the Great Depression is taking a toll on working families

By  Lee Price

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Lee Price is research director at the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.

[ POSTED TO VIEWPOINTS ON MARCH 10, 2004 ]


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