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Or about the great equalizer in the everyday engagement of labor and capital: the union movement — and its decades-long decline. And yet, for a great portion of the American populace, that decline has already had a profound impact on their quality of life. Despite the drop in the number of American workers represented by unions, when a union does flex its muscles the results can be impressive. When the six-week strike ended, and the smoke cleared, the CWA had won a The strike was settled not long after.

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Or about the great equalizer in the everyday engagement of labor and capital: the union movement — and its decades-long decline. And yet, for a great portion of the American populace, that decline has already had a profound impact on their quality of life. Despite the drop in the number of American workers represented by unions, when a union does flex its muscles the results can be impressive. When the six-week strike ended, and the smoke cleared, the CWA had won a The strike was settled not long after.

But one successful strike can hardly reverse the erosion of the middle class that has been in the making at least since the s. And there are strong macro signs that things are going to continue to be problematic when it comes to the power balance between capital and labor, not just for American workers, but for their counterparts around the world.

But now the same corporate interests, which sparked the race to the bottom for wages and worker benefits between countries, are increasingly turning to robots and automation to reduce their human workforce planet-wide. Man Versus Machine.

The threat of automation has been with us for decades. Historically the attitude has been that in the long run, this process would create more jobs than it destroyed. But experts say this time is different, and it is not just the specter of driverless cars and trucks. Paradigm Shift to a Post-Work World?. But these days, as an academic and author based at Columbia University, Stern believes society needs to come to terms with what he expects to be an increasing scarcity of work as automation slips into a higher gear.

He says that the current recovery, considered to be the most anemic since World War II, gives us an idea of what lies ahead. Its people being poor because there is no work. It would be paid for with the cost savings from realigning the existing social safety net, and by raising taxes on the highest end earners.

The government wants to see if the basic income pilot will cut bureaucracy, boost employment, reduce poverty and the social isolation that it is often associated with it. Since the meltdown a declining unemployment rate has been offered as proof that the US is in recovery.

Meanwhile, the percentage of Americans actually in the labor force, which the Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS defines as anyone working, or looking for a job, has also been declining. But years after the Great Recession these twin engines for prosperity are stalling out. That number grew, as more women joined the labor force, so that by it peaked at What accounts for this? In the late s just one in four opted for higher education. One more possible contributor to the drop in workforce participation: Increasingly, the US population has become sidelined from work by disability.

In just 1. Whatever the reasons, the implications are significant for the nation: Just as the bill for keeping the social contract with the baby boomers comes due, a smaller percentage of the population will be hard at work to pay for it. Several million Americans are underemployed and millions more have left the workforce. In what will be the third Presidential election since the start of the Great Recession, the candidates will, once again, call for the renewal of the American Dream without a trace of irony.

The US is in the midst of a profound shift that is having generational consequences. Coming to terms with it means re-assessing the ways that people have been thinking about labor and wealth for centuries — back to the transition from feudalism to the emergence of mercantilism. US workers have little to celebrate this Labor Day weekend or any other one. America is being systematically thirdworldized — represented by weak unions complicit with management or none at all, unable to bargain effectively for higher wages.

Economic recovery is an illusion. A protracted Main Street Depression persists. Poverty is a growth industry.

Conditions are getting worse, not better. Millions of good jobs were offshored to low-wage countries. Millions more may follow. Many displaced workers remain unemployed longterm. Others finding work take huge wage cuts. Labor force participation is the lowest in 40 years. Declines were greatest in restaurant sector jobs. Food preparation workers saw 7. For cooks, it was 8. Janitors, cleaners, personal care aides, home health workers, maids and housekeepers were hard hit.

Many job categories expected to see strong growth in number of workers are experiencing above-average real wage declines. How much lower is the bottom of the barrel than already? Around 3. They sleep in parks, under bridges, in shelters, cars or on city streets. Nearly one-fourth are military veterans. Many others are children, victims of domestic violence or mental illness sufferers — federal, state and local governments doing little or nothing to help them.

Homelessness is mainly an economic problem — caused by unemployment, underemployment and inadequate resources to live on. During the s and s, government housing programs and other social services eradicated homelessness. Major cuts in these programs caused an epidemic of people unable to afford shelter. Hunger affects one in six Americans. Over 14 million children rely on food banks to eat. Food insecurity exists in every US county nationwide — at its highest level at any time since the Great Depression.

Hunger is a daily reality for around 50 million Americans — affecting 13 million households, including working ones.

Census data show poverty or borderline conditions affect around half the population. Food banks supplement recipients when monthly benefits run out. Official numbers understate reality. Growing millions suffer out of sight and mind. Government is dismissive at all levels. Income inequality is greater than in all other developed countries. Over three-fourths of workers live from paycheck to paycheck — one missed one away from homelessness, hunger and despair.

Neoliberal harshness is official US policy. Bipartisan complicity force-feeds it — institutionalized when vital aid is needed. America wages financial war on its own people. Its social contract is on the chopping block for elimination. Monied interests alone are served — ordinary people increasingly ignored. Voters have no say whatever. Democracy is pure illusion. Anyone believing they can change things electorally is living in a fantasy world.

The only solution is revolutionary change — bottom up, never top down. Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago. It airs three times weekly: live on Sundays at 1PM Central time plus two prerecorded archived programs.

Protracted Main Street Depression. Economic Recovery is an Illusion septembre 5th, by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Labor Day—what is it? Perhaps not many Americans any longer know, so here is my explanation.

In my time Labor Day was the unofficial end of summer, because school began after Labor Day. Today school begins almost a month before. When I was in school that would not have been possible, especially in the South.

The schools were not air-conditioned. If school had started in August no one would have showed up. It was difficult enough getting through May before school was out in June. The holiday originated as an apology capitalists tossed to labor to defuse a standoff. Workers understood that labor was the backbone of the economy, not Wall Street moguls or bankers in their fine offices.

Workers wanted a holiday that recognized labor, thus elevating labor in public policy to a standing with capital. Congress created the federal holiday in response to the murder of strikers by US Army troops and federal marshalls during the Pullman strike of The factory workers who built Pullman railway cars lived in the company town of Pullman.

George Pullman provoked a strike by lowering wages but not the rents charged in the company town. Olney, a former railway attorney, sent in the federal violance to break up the strike.

Olney still received a retainer from his railway company that was larger than his salary as US Attorney General.

So we know whose side he was on. The presstitute media portrayed the beaten down strikers as unpatriotic foreigners, and the strike leader, Eugene Debs, was sentenced to federal prison. The experience radicalized Debs and turned him into a socialist.

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