Wall Street Journal Can’t Connect the Dots on Wages, Unions

August 28, 2013

Monday’s edition of The Wall Street Journal included two stories about jobs and wages that provide a concise summary of what’s wrong with America and what’s right with Seattle. However, the business-minded newspaper failed to connect the dots between the articles scattered within its pages. Perhaps that’s because doing so would directly contradict its right-wing conservative editorial agenda.

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