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Let’s Call High Unemployment What It Is: A Strike

Workers don’t want to come back to low pay, no benefits, long hours, and grumpy customers. Why should they?

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As the American economy digs out from the devastating financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the result has proved a patchwork of unmet expectations, high unemployment, inflation, and plummeting…

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