August 7, 1996
Vol. 15, Issue 41
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Outside the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation's new headquarters in Milwaukee, the statues of two lions stand watch.
When he explains the changing nature of the job market, U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich likes to tell a story about a trip to his neighborhood gas station. As he pulled up, not an attendant was to be seen.
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