The New Deal. Impact of a Jobs Guarantee.

Posted by David Siminoff on 12/16/18 10:01 AM
The Dangerous Fantasy of a Jobs Guarantee Robots. Driverless cars. The ineluctable modality of human motivation (any Finnegans Wake fans out there?).
 
We stand on the edge of an odd time in human history. The standardization of parts and process, along with the globalization of labor forces, have allowed the makers of hardware to produce...stuff...at incredibly low prices. For examples, check out Wish or the "Todays Deals" on Amazon. 
 
You get like 40 pair of underwear for $100. You get 7 frying pans for $40. You get a GMAIL account for...free-ish. 
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Topics: US History, Finance

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