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Black Workers Need More than an Economic Boom


Sunday, May 22, 2005

Explores the gains made by African Americans during the economic boom of the 1990s, explains why gains were less than hoped for and especially fragile in the period of economic decline that followed, and examines the public policies that would be necessary to sustain the gains that African Americans are likely to make during the next economic expansion.

Topic: 
U.S. Labor Market & Industry
Product Type: 
Research Publications & Reports
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Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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