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Contract for Disaster: How Privatization Is Killing the Public Sector

Privatization is bad news for federal, state and local government workers, and the communities where they live. That’s according to a new report released Wednesday by In the Public Interest, a research group focused on the effects of privatization. The study, “How Privatization Increases Inequality,” explores the role privatization plays in the American economy—compiling data […]
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