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Tag Archives: Everyday economics
A Recipe for Hunger
With less than a month left before Christmas, those who can afford it have already begun to plan their holiday meals. But for a growing number of Americans, Christmas will be a day when they go without food or lack … Continue reading
Posted in The Working Class and the Economy Tagged Everyday economics, Food Insecurity, Hunger, Policy, Poverty 1 Comment
Move That Bus!
One of the things that attracted me to the Center for Working-Class Studies at Youngstown State University is its focus on “bread and butter” issues. As a new faculty affiliate of the center, I now help spotlight and evaluate some … Continue reading
Posted in Class at the Intersections, Youngstown Tagged Class and economics, Everyday economics, Transportation, Youngstown 4 Comments