Change for a dollar

Johnson, Ryan M.
October 2008
People Management;10/16/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p18
The article offers a look at the plans of U.S. presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain for the labor market. The author claims that the November 4, 2008 elections in the U.S. will historically be one of the most remarkable presidential election in the country. In the final month of their campaigns, Barack and McCain cited their rescue plan for Wall Street. Obama called for the expansion of laws and regulations that govern employment while McCain focused on health care reform.


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