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Saturday, March 21st, 2015

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ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 12…

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 12: The bottom line is that Walmart’s low prices are at the expense of the low wages of their 1.2 […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 11…

Sunday, July 11th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 11: Most auto workers know, because they see the prices of the cars they work on and they know how […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 10…

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 10: For example, suppose a worker on a production line producing shoes adds $500 a week in new value to […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 9…

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 9: But another way the bosses can get more surplus value, without making the workday longer, is to lower wages. […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 8…

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 8: Of course workers can benefit from lower prices for the necessities of life, but only if their wages do […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 7…

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 7: On the home front, Walmart tracks every item rung up on every cash register by every cashier. It has […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 6…

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 6: The cost of Walmart’s low prices is illustrated by the plight of workers at the Western Dresses factory in […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 5…

Monday, July 5th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 5: In 2004, Walmart accounted for 2.3 percent of the U.S. gross national product. It sold 14 percent of the […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 4…

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 4: The company is fiercely anti-union. In 2000, when eleven butchers at a Walmart in Jackson, Texas, voted to join […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 3…

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 3: Wages at Walmart have been variously estimated at anywhere from $8 to $10 per hour It considers a full-time […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 2…

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” is instructive. Enjoy Part 2: But Walmart not only drives down the wages of its own workers. By using its leverage as the world’s […]

ON LOW-WAGE CAPITALISM, PART 1…

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Good morning. I’m away on my annual Wildacres Writer’s Retreat atop Pompeii’s Point in North Carolina. I’ve been reading Fred Goldstein’s Low-Wage Capitalism and thought his “Why the bosses need Walmart” instructive. Enjoy Part 1: Not only does Walmart pay low wages, but its low prices allow the entire capitalist class to pay low wages […]

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Thursday, September 18th, 2008

A new law will clarify the rules over workplace accommodation for disabled workers. Congress Passes Bill With Protections for Disabled Congress gave final approval on Wednesday to a major civil rights bill, expanding protections for people with disabilities and overturning several recent Supreme Court decisions. … The bill expands the definition of disability and makes […]