Series: The State of Working America

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The State of Working America, 1991 by Lawrence Mishel1990-1991
The State of Working America, 1992-93 by Lawrence Mishel1992-1993
The State of Working America 1994-95 (State of Working America) by Lawrence Mishel1994-1995
The State of Working America 1996-97 by Lawrence Mishel1996-1997
The State of Working America, 1998-99 by Lawrence Mishel1998-1999
The State of Working America 2000-2001 by Lawrence Mishel2000-2001
The State of Working America, 2002/2003 (State of Working America) by Lawrence Mishel2002-2003
The State Of Working America, 2004/2005 by Lawrence Mishel2004-2005
The State of Working America, 2006/2007 by Lawrence Mishel2006-2007
The State of Working America, 2008/2009 by Lawrence Mishel2008-2009

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Semi-annual report on the US economy and the position of workers from the Economic Policy Institute


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