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“Trump’s “America First” economics is pure demagoguery. Xenophobic grandstanding doesn’t boost the competitiveness of American workers. Nor does it boost American-based companies.”

Source: Perspectives: ‘America First’ economic grandstanding doesn’t boost competitiveness in America, it boosts Trump

 

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“Trump’s “America First” economics is pure demagoguery. Xenophobic grandstanding doesn’t boost the competitiveness of American workers. Nor does it boost American-based companies.”

Source: Perspectives: White House planning ‘Made in America’ week (VIDEO)

 

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Last year, Idaho passed one of the most restrictive laws in the country. Workers there must now prove that taking a new job will not hurt their former employer.The case of mandatory non-compete clauses or “restrictive covenants” in employer-employee contracts.

Source: Perspectives: NY Times — Quit Your Job for a Better One? Not if You Live in Idaho

 

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Unless we begin once again vigorously enforcing antitrust laws, a handful of companies will continue to amass incredible market power, competition will suffer, and cities will decline, — Robert Reich.

Source: Perspectives: Vox — Is Ronald Reagan to blame for the decline of St. Louis? Some experts think so

 

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Google is unethically and dangerously paying university professors to help sway public opinion and public policy on campuses from Harvard University to the University of California, Berkeley. Robert Reich’s opinion.

Source: Perspectives: WSJ — Paying Professors: Inside Google’s Academic Influence Campaign

 

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Ivanka Trump, champion of working women, hasn’t done much for those making her brand’s clothes.

Source: Perspectives: Washington Post — Ivanka Trump clothing line practices are out of step with industry trends

 

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President Trump’s advisers recruited two businessmen who profited from military contracting to devise alternatives to the Pentagon’s plan to send thousands of additional troops to Afghanistan, reflecting the Trump administration’s struggle to define its strategy for dealing with a war now 16 years old.

Source: Perspectives: NY Times — Trump Aides Turned to Businessmen for Afghan War Advice

 

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