John Maenpaa

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Tell Us: How Can We Reverse the Trend of the Rich Getting Richer While Everyone Else Gets Less and Less? 

http://www.aflcio.org/Blog/Economy/Tell-Us-How-Can-We-Reverse-the-Trend-of-the-Rich-Getting-Richer-While-Everyone-Else-Gets-Less-and-Less  

Join Robert Reich on Thursday, June 20, noon–1 p.m. EDT for the seventh in the AFL-CIO series of live online discussions on how we build a movement for the future of working people. Reich, former secretary of labor under President Bill Clinton and Chancellor’s professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley—and the AFL-CIO—wants to hear your ideas on new ways the labor movement can change economic trends that hurt working people. He poses this question: 
"The rich keep getting a bigger share of the economic pie while everyone else’s share keeps shrinking. What should be done to reverse this trend?"

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#union #iww #occupy #ows #p2 #p21 #tlot #tcot #TeaParty

Tell Us: How Can We Reverse the Trend of the Rich Getting Richer While Everyone Else Gets Less and Less?

http://www.aflcio.org/Blog/Economy/Tell-Us-How-Can-We-Reverse-the-Trend-of-the-Rich-Getting-Richer-While-Everyone-Else-Gets-Less-and-Less

Join Robert Reich on Thursday, June 20, noon–1 p.m. EDT for the seventh in the AFL-CIO series of live online discussions on how we build a movement for the future of working people. Reich, former secretary of labor under President Bill Clinton and Chancellor’s professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley—and the AFL-CIO—wants to hear your ideas on new ways the labor movement can change economic trends that hurt working people. He poses this question:
"The rich keep getting a bigger share of the economic pie while everyone else’s share keeps shrinking. What should be done to reverse this trend?"

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