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Created: March 27, 2002
Latest Update: March 27, 2002
The Subtleties of Labor Information
Copyright: Jeanne Curran and Susan R. Takata and Individaul Authors, March 2002.
"Fair use" encouraged.This essay is based on two articles in the New York Times on March 27, 2002. By the time I had created the file, Peter Farrugio had posted an essay on the same two articles to PSN. The underlying assumptions of the tenets on which we base our concept of labor and the labor infrastructure are often difficult for us to discern when we are caught up in the daily existence of our work. But these unstated assumptions are crucial to any consideration of social justice. More soon. Meanwhile, the articles:
Towns With Odd Jobs Galore Turn to Inmates By Peter T. Kilborn. New York Times. At p. A 1. March 27, 2002. Backup. Link added March 27, 2002. Answering '800' Calls Offers Extra Income but No Security By Louis Uchitelle. New York Times. At p. A 1. March 27, 2002 Backup. Link added March 27, 2002. It's the economy, stupid! PSN post by Peter Faruggio. Link added March 27, 2002.