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Longer Hours, Fewer Jobs: Employment and Unemployment in the US by Michael D. Yates

Using charts, graphs, and cartoons, Michael Yates describes how unemployment, or the fear of it, is part of the life of every American worker. He outlines the changes in the structure of the labor market that have undermined the living standards of the employed. Tying these together, he provides an easily understood analysis of the economy and the social destruction brought on by its everyday functions.

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About Michael D. Yates

Michael D. Yates is Associate Editor of Monthly Review and Editorial Director of Monthly Review Press. For more than three decades, he was a labor educator, teaching working people in venues across the United States. Among his books are The Great Inequality, Why Unions Matter, A Freedom Budget for All Americans (with Paul Le Blanc), and The ABCs of the Economic Crisis (with Fred Magdoff).

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Longer Hours, Fewer Jobs: Employment and Unemployment in the US by Michael D. Yates
Michael D. Yates
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