Good Lives Without Good Jobs

Credit Credit Keith Negley

“Good Lives Without Good Jobs” by Michael Lind from The Sunday Review of the New York Times (9/18/16).  “Politicians routinely promise that, if elected, they will create more good jobs, which are understood to be jobs with solid wages, regular hours and, perhaps, generous employer-provided benefits.”   A related biblical theme:  “. . . laborers deserve their food” (Matthew 10: 10b).  Read this article online or print it out at: