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Less Work, More Jobs, and a Stronger Economy

Ever since Henry Ford, the work pace has been speeding up. Fewer people are working a greater percentage of their lives, and there's more economic instability and less personal satisfaction. A hundred years ago, women strikers at the Lawrence Mills demanded bread, of course, and roses too. A century later, perhaps it's time for a shorter work week and earlier retirement Sarah Seltzer discusses how this may dramatcally improve the overall economy and American life, not just for the leisure class, but for all.

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