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Bring Back the Basic Bargain

Throughout much of the 20th century, the American political and economic system thrived based on a fundamental bargain – that US employers would pay their workers enough to purchase the goods and services US companies produced. Meanwhile government’s role was to maintain this bargain, allowing wages and living standards to rise across the board.

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