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DEINDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE DECLINING
SPECIFIC SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES
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20 fastest affirmative action AFL-CIO apparel auto average basic industries blue collar jobs Chrysler cities competition concerned public interests coordinated decade declining middle deindustrialization Deskilling disappearing middle dislocation displaced workers earnings class economic base effective equity expanding full employment strategy Gaylord Nelson goals greater inequality growing inequality high tech high unemployment Hispanic income gaps industrial base industrial development industrial jobs industrial sector INDUSTRIAL UNION DEPARTMENT international trade job loss labor force living standards lower machine tools macroeconomic manufacturing industries ment Michael McCloskey middle-income jobs million jobs millions of Americans minorities monetary policies needed number of jobs occupations opportunities overall Owen Bieber past 15 pay equity percent of white population poverty line problems production jobs recent recession regions relatively revitalization service industries service sector shift skills social sound industrial policy steel targeting textiles tion unem unemployed unemployment rates urban wages weakened white family income women workforce worsened