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The AI boom: lessons from history

Economist 02 Feb 2023
... for workers ... Early in the Industrial Revolution, mechanisation dramatically increased demand for relatively unskilled workers, but crushed the earnings of craftsmen who had done much of the work before, which is why some chose to join machine-smashing Luddite movements.
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The US’ work ethic is under assault

Taipei Times 01 Feb 2023
It keeps workers working long after they have satisfied their basic needs, drives entrepreneurs to found new companies and inventors to invent new things, and, in general, generates the surplus that pays for productive investment and social welfare ... The post-work revolution was led by men without college degrees.
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From the London tailor £116k in the red to the Birmingham dry cleaner who's lost ...

The Daily Mail 31 Jan 2023
The work-from-home revolution has ripped up nearly two centuries of established practice ... There have been some winners from this phenomenon, not least white-collar workers, able to ditch their commute and spend more time at home ... Suburbs and smaller towns, as a result, have reported an uplift in trade from all the home workers.
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Workers and Democracy

Consortium News 31 Jan 2023
The cry in the Philippines — “Tama Na! Sobra Na! Welga Na!” (“We’ve had enough! Things have gone too far! It’s time to strike!”) — moved from La Tondeña distillery workers in 1975 to protests in the streets against Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship, eventually culminating in the People Power Revolution of 1986.
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Productivity with workers’ well-being

Dawn 30 Jan 2023
The economic woes have also induced some companies and segments of the private sector to take initiatives to boost productivity through on-job training of workers and by taking care of their well-being ... According to an economist, some aspects of the digital revolution could help solve the production puzzle and bridge the inequality gaps.
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Black Cops Beat Black Perp to Death. Do We Riot or Not?, by Jared Taylor

The Unz Review 29 Jan 2023
On January 7, as the whole world now knows, Memphis police pulled over a 29-year-old black man, Tyre Nichols, and gave him a beating ... Bosses’ ‘Justice.’ Bosses’ state.” “We need a workers’ Government. Class struggle.” “Smash the racist capitalist state through workers revolution.” It’s mostly deranged white people who swallow that stale Marxism ... . ... .
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Carl Benedikt Frey: in an automated future, trade unions will be more important than ever

New Statesman 28 Jan 2023
“On average, one new robot replaces nine workers in the economy,” he told me ... Because unions protect workers’ employment rights, Frey argues that where there is collective bargaining power, a job taken up by a robot doesn’t automatically put someone out of work ... the share of income that went to workers was falling, wages were stagnant.
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Tyre Nichols protests start to turn VIOLENT as activist smashes up NYPD cruiser and cops ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2023
Federal employees in Memphis and Portland have been told to go home early, and workers have begun boarding up buildings ... 'Defund the police? Smash the capitalist state through workers' revolution.' ... 'Defund the police? Smash the capitalist state through workers' revolution' ... Workers are seen boarding up buildings ahead of expected protests.
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Police identify three protesters arrested in Times Square during violent demonstrations over Tyre Nichols' beating ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2023
Federal employees in Memphis and Portland were told to go home early, and workers have begun boarding up buildings ... 'Defund the police? Smash the capitalist state through workers' revolution.' ... 'Defund the police? Smash the capitalist state through workers' revolution' ... Workers are seen boarding up buildings ahead of expected protests.
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It's a jobs jamboree, says RAY MASSEY: Britain's motor industry busy recruiting talented people to ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2023
Britain's motor industry is busy recruiting talented people to help build the increasingly high-tech cars of the future ... Hiring bright stars. Rolls-Royce is recruiting people to help build the cars of the future ... SPORTY SIGN-UPS ... JLR says it has taken on 500 digital and engineering workers but still needs more ... Electric car revolution goes into reverse.
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It Was the Workers Who Brought Us Democracy, and It Will Be the Workers Who ...

Dissident Voice 27 Jan 2023
The cry in the PhilippinesTama Na! Sobra Na! Welga Na!’ (‘We’ve had enough! Things have gone too far! It’s time to strike!’) moved from La Tondeña distillery workers in 1975 to protests in the streets against Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship, eventually culminating in the People Power Revolution of 1986.
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Workers in the U.S. and around the world who brought democracy

People's World 27 Jan 2023
The cry in the PhilippinesTama Na! Sobra Na! Welga Na!’ (‘We’ve had enough! Things have gone too far! It’s time to strike!’) moved from La Tondeña distillery workers in 1975 to protests in the streets against Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship, eventually culminating in the People Power Revolution of 1986.
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The Readers' Forum: What do you say about a nation that makes it easier to ...

Winston-Salem Journal 27 Jan 2023
Is this fair?. Underperforming public schools get more tax dollars ... Do you know that guns have killed more people in our country through homicides, suicides and accidental shootings (1.5 million) since the late 1970s than in all the wars we have fought going back to the American Revolution (1.4 million)? ... Hanesbrands lays off Winston-Salem workers ... .
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It was the workers who brought the U.S. democracy

People's World 26 Jan 2023
The cry in the PhilippinesTama Na! Sobra Na! Welga Na!’ (‘We’ve had enough! Things have gone too far! It’s time to strike!’) moved from La Tondeña distillery workers in 1975 to protests in the streets against Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship, eventually culminating in the People Power Revolution of 1986.
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It was the workers who brought South Africa democracy

People's World 26 Jan 2023
The cry in the PhilippinesTama Na! Sobra Na! Welga Na!’ (‘We’ve had enough! Things have gone too far! It’s time to strike!’) moved from La Tondeña distillery workers in 1975 to protests in the streets against Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship, eventually culminating in the People Power Revolution of 1986.
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