Tag Archives: Labor Unions

Labor Day: The Diminished Remnant of a Proud History of Struggle — Podcast September 7, 2015

Paid For In Blood: the Forgotten History of the Labor Movement in The U.S. Democratic Perspective looks at the history of our second Civil War — the struggle of the American Labor Movement for decent wages, working conditions, and the political influence crucial … Continue reading

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Income Inequality: Why It Matters — Podcast January 13, 2014

Income Inequality: The Threat to the Poor, the Middle Class, and To Our Democracy. Democratic Perspective‘s Mike Cosentino and  Steve Williamson document the increasing inequality of incomes in the U.S., and investigate the consequences for the economic and political health of the … Continue reading

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Thomas Palley Interview — Podcast June 18, 2012

From Financial Crisis to Stagnation: How We Got into This Mess, and What We Need To Do To Get Out of It: Democratic Perspective’s co-hosts, Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson, talk to Thomas Palley about his new book, From Financial Crisis … Continue reading

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