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On a holiday weekend set aside to honor the American working class, it is hard to escape the sense that American workers find themselves exploited by our politics – and particularly by our president.Remember all those stories in 2016 about Trump being a different sort of Republican?There is absolutely nothing new about Trump's insistence that what's good for corporations will be good for American workers.Now if Trump hadn't pretended to be some kind of populist hero in 2016, his recitation of old Republican boilerplate would not be particularly interesting or troublesome.Anyone who expected Trump to take the American worker to a new place should be profoundly disappointed. As for Reuther's description of conservative economics, it seems as relevant now as it was 69 years ago.Here again, Trump's actions belie his words.Trump will discover the limits of his flimflam.
Finally, President Trump through the looking glass
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