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Stephen Ross: History Professor at the University of Southern California; he is author of "Working-Class Hollywood: Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America" and wrote an opinion piece in the LA Times entitled, "Get Me a Re-Write: Class Warfare on Titanic" Robert Reich: Professor of social and economic policy, Brandeis University's Heller School, Waltham; Reich was Secretary of Labor in the first Clinton Administration. Edwin Rubenstein: Director of Research at the Hudson Institute and contributing editor for Forbes Magazine Dean Baker: Economist at the Economic Policy Institute, non-profit progressive think-tank based in Washington, D.C. The institute publishes a bi-annual report entitled, "The State of Working America" Bill Niskanen: Chairman of the Cato Institute, a non-profit policy institute in Washington, D.C. Harold Meyerson: Executive Editor, LA Weekly Richard Holober: Assistant Research Director for the AFL CIO- and was campaign manager for Prop 210Larry Kraus: Professor Emeritus and director of the Korea program at UC San Diego's Graduate School of International Relations

topic: Minimum Wage

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Warren Olney

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