When Henry Ford raised the pay of his workers to $5 per day (double what
other manufacturers were paying), he said he was doing so in part
because he wanted his employee's to be able to buy his cars. If the
American workforce can't make a decent living, they'll stop buying
products made in America, which will lead to fewer people making a
decent living. This death spiral for an economy and a nation's middle
class that we are now seeing is a result of Reagan/Clinton/Bush trade
and economic policies.
Thom Hartmann (Screwed, pp 174)
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