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Kristen Monaco

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Professor of Economics at California State University Long Beach, specializing in transportation and labor issues

Kristen Monaco on KCRW

Clerical workers at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are few in number, but this week they've demonstrated the power to shut down two mighty engines of Southern California.

Clerks Strike at the LA Ports

Clerical workers at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are few in number, but this week they've demonstrated the power to shut down two mighty engines of Southern California.

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