March 24, 1993
Vol. 12, Issue 26
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Seated around tables in a cluttered office at the American Steelworkers Union Hall in nearby East Chicago, a handful of parents are holding an impromptu conscio
Reformers interested in gaining access to information and ideas on how to "reinvent government" can now turn to a new organization devoted to making government more entrepreneurial and decentralized.
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Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich last week challenged the business community to match one for one the number of jobs that would be created under President Clinton's summer-employment plan, for a total of 2.6 million jobs for disadvantaged youths this summer.
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