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Something You May Not Have Known: Labor Day



The Labor Day holiday started off as probably the biggest bait and switch in American history. It started as a holiday created by politicians who wanted to quell the voices of the worker masses and their attempts to form unions.

Instead of being given the badly needed reforms during the height o...

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  1. That is the free market at work. People are an asset and companies will pay them their value, not out of altruism, but as a business decision to “keep good help”.

    “Ford doubled the pay for workers on the assembly line, but his decision was not out of altruism. It was a money saving gambit to keep workers on the job instead of having to train new hires daily.”

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