|Statement||submitted to the Subcommittee on Economic Growth and Stabilization of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States|
|Contributions||Cahn, Ann Foote, United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on Economic Growth and Stabilization|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
All noncollege graduate workers deserve an economy that works better for them. And to rebuild that economy, policymakers must remember the true and changing face of the working class. Alex Rowell is a research associate for Economic Policy at the . Similarly, keeping the economy near full employment with strong labor demand could contribute to productivity growth as well as worker bargaining power. Ultimately, revitalizing wage growth will require a multifaceted approach that fuels long-term, broad-based growth for all Americans. Ivy Pinchbeck’s Women Workers and the Industrial Revolution, During the past twenty years economic historians have begun to pay more attention to the role of women in the economy of Industrial Revolution Britain, and how our conclusions might change if we no longer neglect them. Scholar/activist Nadasen (History/Barnard Coll.; Rethinking the Welfare Rights Movement, , etc.) showcases the stories of African-American women who helped organize domestic workers from the s through the s. Valuable for its recovery of a largely neglected piece of labor history, particularly one in which race, class, immigration, and gender intersect, this work may prove Author: Premilla Nadasen.
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After a decade of Depression, World War II brought a full employment economy. Factories ran night and day to produce the planes, tanks, ships, weapons, and supplies needed for war machine. The Permanent Temp Economy A cluster of empty cubicles in a now-defunct office space in Portland, Oregon. The title of Louis Hyman’s book, “Temp: How American Work, American Business, and Author: Louise Rubacky. In his new book, Workers on Arrival, the historian Joe William Trotter Jr. shows that the history of black labor in the United States is thus essential not only to understanding American racism. This is an earlier edition of The State of Working America. Visit for more information on the latest edition.. The State of Working America EPI’s flagship book The State of Working America was released by Cornell University Press on January 1, Purchase this publication.. Purchase this publication in paperback.