The Joys of Neo-Liberalism 4:27 pm / 24 September 2014 by Larry Gambone, at Porcupine blog
Between the Reagan and Clinton administrations (1980 to 1998), Latin America’s average per capita income did not increase at all.
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The owners of La Lot restaurant in downtown Seattle didn’t last long. Hien, Jeff, and SeaSol are proud to announce that, as of September 1st, La Lot management agreed to meet all of the demands set forth at the start of the strike! This means announcing a policy whereby all tips are distributed to workers,…
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