Equal Opportunity Unemployment

Lucy, William
May 1975
New Republic;5/17/75, Vol. 172 Issue 20, p8
Focuses on the demand of jobless workers in Washington for the guaranty of full employment by public policy in the U.S. Estimated percentage of the employment produced by administration policies in the year 1975; Increase on the number of unemployed people in the country; Lack of equal opportunity during the recession of employees; Role played by assault in public services in the unemployment.


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