Trade can really be good for American workers and American businesses.
Workers insist that they are not disgruntled. They are very gruntled.
We are precarious. Which is to say some good things (accumulation of diverseknowledges, skills and abilities through work and life experiences in permanentconstruction), and a lot of bad ones (vulnerability, insecurity, poverty, socialexposure).
The land of easy mathematics where he who works adds up and he who retires subtracts.
At this point, American workers are pretty respectful of the bosses they loathe.
Those who want to divide the workers have resorted to the foulest methods.
A nation has its first obligation to its own workers and its own poor.
The NFL, sadly, has a fatal environmental problem: It kills its workers.