U.S. economy, culture could lead to repeat of troubling history

U.S. economy, culture could lead to repeat of troubling history
If you want to understand what may be coming and learn from history we need to first look at 1937, after the Great Depression that engulfed our economy. The recovery in the four years after Franklin Roosevelt took office in 1933 was incredibly rapid …
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Gender Equality in a Global Economy: Women's History Month Keynote with Sarita
Sarita Gupta is the executive director of Jobs With Justice and the co-director of Caring Across Generations. She is a nationally recognized expert on the economic, labor and political issues affecting working people across all industries, particularly …
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Junk Bonds Are Predicting a Junk Economy
Gas prices have dropped 57 percent since April 2011, while real estate prices have rebounded. At 79 months and counting, the current economic expansion is now the fourth-longest in U.S. history. And yet, the economy is a juiced house of cards, courtesy …
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