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Another Do-Nothing Summit for American Labor?

If the Summit on Working Families convened last month by the White House produces little more than talking points, it will be another testament to the ongoing failure of our political process to enact substantive reforms to improve the quality of life of American workers—even when it comes to things pretty much everyone agrees on.

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College Football Labor Unrest Threatens University Profit Model

Last week, a regional office of the National Labor Relations Board became the first government agency to officially acknowledge what everyone in the country outside the NCAA already knew: College athletes are cheap labor for a $16 billion business disguised as a nonprofit educational enterprise.

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Truthdigger of the Week: Michael Paarlberg

After leaving a trail of dead in the private sector, the “long and steady march toward a fully disposable workforce” has turned sharply toward the public sector in recent years, the labor scholar tells us in a column for The Guardian.

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