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Wage Slavery Is on the March
Attention all Americans who believe we had abolished slavery in the 19th
century. A form of slavery as old as society itself is surfacing right here in
what is supposed to be the land of the free and the home of the brave. It
appears to be neither. With the Walker win in Wisconsin and the Kasich win
in Ohio, let it be known that the 1 percent has now taken firm control of the
99 percent. Workers in those two states have just sold themselves and others
into "wage slavery." They have gone down on their knees to beg the 1
percent for permission to further enrich the already obscenely rich.
I won't bore you with statistics which can be manipulated to support any
argument. Rather let me appeal to your common sense. One would think that
with the advancement of technology replacing the need for labor, with huge
increases in productivity, it would mean that the time and effort one must
sacrifice to meet one's needs would be lessened markedly. I grew up in the
Great Depression during which my father, as the lone wage earner,