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The Next Wave of Globalization Must Focus on Labor Rights

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One of the defining themes of the first half of this century will be the conflict between an increasingly globalized world of multinational corporations, borderless finance, worldwide supply chains and frontier-less consumer markets versus defendants of traditional national sovereignty fighting against the erosion of state power and the control that this had afforded to ordinary […]

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Labor Day: An American Original

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May 1st is celebrated around the world[1] as the International Day of the Worker, a holiday to recognize the immense contributions of the ordinary working man (and woman). Once upon a time, it was celebrated with parades as unions brought their members out in a demonstration of strength and solidarity. The political implications were clear […]

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May Day: A Most American Holiday

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May 1st is celebrated around the world[1] as the International Day of the Worker, a holiday to recognize the immense contributions of the ordinary working man (and woman). Once upon a time, it was celebrated with parades as unions brought their members out in a demonstration of strength and solidarity. The political implications were clear […]

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“Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives.“

John Adams

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