An assessment of the effectiveness of policies on employment in the private and public sectors, focusing on President Clinton. Includes labor, roots in New Deal, taxation, state issues, immigrant workers and the future.
# 15610 | 2,700 words | 14 sources | 2000 |
Published on Feb 18, 2003 in Public Administration (General) , Labor Studies (General) , Hot Topics (Immigration)
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From the Paper:"Introduction
The election of President Bill Clinton in 1992 marked the beginning of a period of fundamental shifts in national labor policy. Although more or less supported by labor, Clinton has managed to alienate many in the labor movement by his efforts to transform historic policies of the nationalization of manpower in the United States. This essay addresses the key issues of unemployment and manpower policy in the United States, including tax policies designed to manipulate employment in both the private and public sectors, the competition for jobs posed by foreign workers, and the evolution of national manpower policy from the New Deal through the Clinton Administration.
The Clinton Administration has already reformed the nation s welfare system. The Employment Security (ES) system, a technical term for the national..."
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