The Once and Future Worker

A Vision for the Renewal of Work in America

The American worker is in crisis. Wages have stagnated for more than a generation.

By Oren Cass Read by Tom Parks English, Unabridged 9h 34m Sell Sheet
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8 Audio CDs January 15, 2019 $34.99 $24.99 9781974942374 Add to Cart
2 MP3 CDs January 15, 2019 $24.99 $19.99 9781974942404 Add to Cart
							Issues in the current society we live in are the direct consequence of a decades-long economic consensus that prioritized increasing consumption—regardless of the costs to American workers, their families, and their communities. Donald Trump’s rise to the presidency focused attention on the depth of the nation’s challenges, yet while everyone agrees something must change, the Left’s insistence on still more government spending and the Right’s faith in still more economic growth are recipes for repeating the mistakes of the past. In this groundbreaking re-evaluation of American society, economics, and public policy, Oren Cass challenges our basic assumptions about what prosperity means and where it comes from to reveal how we lost our way. The good news is that we can still turn things around—if the nation’s proverbial elites are willing to put the American worker’s interests first. The renewal of work in America demands new answers to these questions. If we reinforce their vital role, workers supporting strong families and communities can provide the foundation for a thriving, self-sufficient society that offers opportunity to all.