Background of the Employment Act III: An Economic Bill of Rights

@inproceedings{Stabile2018BackgroundOT,
  title={Background of the Employment Act III: An Economic Bill of Rights},
  author={D. Stabile},
  year={2018}
}
This chapter traces the effect Roosevelt’s Second Bill of Rights, with its promotion of a “right to a useful and remunerative job,” had on the push for the Employment Act. It also examines how Keynesian economics was incorporated into the idea of the right to a job by offering a way to determine the amount of government spending that was needed to reach full employment, the primary use that Roosevelt and his followers made of Keynes’ ideas. The CIO, in line with the right to a job, set forth a… Expand

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