Ghosted by their employers, members of the profession are facing “a full-blown humanitarian crisis — a Depression-level situation.”
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Forty, fifty or even sixty years ago, mention the phrase “working class” and most folks understood that to mean “blue collar” laborers such as a machinist, waitress, plumber, cop, production line worker, or housekeeper.
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The Fight to Save Retirement Security for the Working Class
The movement in Washington to gut our most crucial social insurance programs – not only Social Security and Medicare, but Medicaid, too – amounts to nothing less than a war on the working class: people at all levels of income and employment who are counting on retirement income and health security.
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