In his article, “Human Capital and Economic Policy” (Dissent, Summer 1983), Robert B. Reich offers a critique of current corporate and government programs for improving the skills of the American work force. He describes some of the impediments to the mobility of workers that prevent or complicate their efforts to upgrade their skills. He notes the inadequacies of the unemployment insurance program and of many other regional or local programs. He deplores the waste of human...
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