The Human Right to a Job

November 1977
New Republic;11/5/77, Vol. 177 Issue 19, p2
Focuses on human rights in general and rights to work in particular in the United States. Report that 50 percent black teenage joblessness continues; View that the country has been edging toward a more specific declaration of economic rights for citizens for a number of years; Information on unemployment and crime, which has become a way of life for the unemployed black American ghetto teenager as reported by an organization Vocational Foundation; Focus on change in the job market; Proposal of the Kerner report to create two million new jobs to escape the consequences of the continuing social economic decay.


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