Labor & Economy

David Brooks discusses the post-manufacturing economy from a narrow point of view: a college-educated information worker.  Absent from his discussion is what the new economy might resemble for other workers; his account is also entirely devoid of unions, which in Wisconsin are bearing the brunt of the deep anti-worker sentiment that has lately infected business culture.  Some solutions are in the works to offer such workers greater opportunity, but until the fundamental attitude towards economic participation improves, it seems unlikely to make much a difference.

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