Nelson Lichtenstein

University of California, Santa Barbara

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The President helped unveil Boeing's new Dreamliner today in South Carolina -- at a plant where workers just rejected unionization by a vote of three-to-one.

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The President helped unveil Boeing's new Dreamliner today in South Carolina -- at a plant where workers just rejected unionization by a vote of three-to-one.

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There's good news today: the  US economy grew 5%  in the summer quarter.  But bad news continues: that growth is not trickling down to everyone.

Is America Losing Its Middle Class?

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