Why worker power is in such deep decline : The Indicator from Planet Money The three main drivers behind the decline in worker power.
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The Power Of Workers

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The Power Of Workers

The Power Of Workers

The Power Of Workers

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The power of workers has been in decline for decades. Harvard's Anna Stansbury talks about the three main drivers behind that decline, and what that means for the U.S. economy.

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