Over the past two decades, a significant amount of resources has been allotted for the victims of sexual assault and child sexual abuse, but not nearly as much attention has been given to the sexual perpetrators themselves. Recent evidence from the United States suggests that 1 in 10 teenage Americans […]
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To Reconnect Wages to Rising Productivity, Protect Workers' Collective Bargaining Rights
Long before the current financial crisis, America's workers were suffering through a wage drought that is now well into its fourth decade, with no end in sight. Yet labor productivity has risen sharply, by more than 80 percent, over the 35 years since the wage drought began. So while rising […]