First impressions versus second thoughts Over at the New Yorker‘s Book Bench, I try to explain why I signed the Occupy Writers petition.
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Thanks, Caleb. Effective reflective piece. Maybe it wasn't the lack of message but of organization some initially felt weak. Either way, new info. today again underscores the signs – from Reuters this evening: "There were fewer jobs and they paid less last year, except at the very top, where the number of people making more than $1 million increased by 20 percent over 2009. The median paycheck — half made more, half less — fell again in 2010, down 1.2 percent to $26,364. That works out to $507 a week, the lowest level, after adjusting for inflation, since 1999." Here's the link to the full article, by David Cay Johnston:
http://blogs.reuters.com/david-cay-johnston/2011/10/19/first-look-at-us-pay-data-its-awful/ These signs and more warrant full support. Trust all's well. Joe
Kind of damning with faint praise, no?
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