Professor Rajan Menon featured in editorial: The flip side to America's (and Alabama's) upbeat job news

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For tens of millions of Americans, the source of deep workaday insecurity isn’t the standard roster of foreign enemies, but an ever-more entrenched system of inequality, still growing, that stacks the political deck against the least well-off Americans. The lack the bucks to hire big-time lobbyists. They can’t write lavish checks to candidates running for public office of fund PACs. They have no way of manipulating the myriad influence-generating networks that the elite uses to shape taxation and spending policies. They are up against a system in which money truly does talk - and that’s the voice they don’t have. 
— Professor Rajan Menon

Professor Rajan Menon featured in the The Anniston Star this week discusses the alternate side to the optimistic job market. 

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