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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.
GOP talks of of targeting our earned benefits and health care.
From the pages of his own book to the public statements made by President Trump and members of his campaign or administration, theirs is ample evidence that this administration poses a great threat to the future of the earned benefits and other tax payer funded programs that keep workers, seniors, the disabled and their families financially stable.
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