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Why America Doesn't Value Low-Wage Work

Why America Doesn't Value Low-Wage Work

If wages are low, can the idea that "no job is better than another job" still be true?

Kavanaugh Invokes Youngstown Steel, Truman Era Ruling That Defines Executive Authority

In Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer, the Supreme Court ruled that President Truman had exceeded his executive authority in trying to nationalize the U.S. steel industry.

Surge in Inmate Deaths in Mississippi Raise Red Flags 

Sixteen inmates died in state prisons in Mississippi in the month of August.

Is there a “Textbook Shakedown” on College Campuses?

Besides college tuition, another hefty cost that students need to worry about is the price of textbooks. Is there any relief in sight?


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