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Show 236 - Trapped by the Inflexible Mind


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Thu, 6 Sep 2012   -   57:38 minutes   -   41.53mb


Jobs are the main subject of both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, but Dan explains why both parties refuse to discuss the real reason good jobs are in such scarce supply.




1. "Why millions of jobs aren't coming back" by By Kevin Mellyn for MSN Money, Aug 10, 2012
2. "Job Market's Tough 'New Normal' : Some Careers Aren't Coming Back" by Zachary Karabell for The Daily Beast, Mar 2, 2012
3. "World's richest woman suggests $2 a day wages for Australian miners" By David Edwards for multiple news outlets, September 5, 2012
4. "How the U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work" by Charles Duhigg and Keith Bradsher for The New York Times, January 21, 2012
5. Charlie Rose November 15 1994 with Sir James Goldsmith, Member-European Parliament/ Laura D.Andrea Tyson, Chair-Presidents Council of Economic Advisers


Keywords: jobs, democrats, republicans, obama, romney, election, presidential, globalization. NAFTA, GATT, Free trade, workers, rights, wages, benefits, unions, economic, James Goldsmith, Ross Perot, corruption, politics, podcast




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