From: Claire Winston [Email her]
"There are two ways to deal with these issues. First, raise the minimum wage to the purchasing power level of 1968, $8 per hour, and then, in another two years, raise it to $10 an hour. Since 1968, the U.S. economy has doubled in production per capita. We need to ensure a living wage in the United States for full-time workers and their families. Currently, 47 million full-time workers work for less than a living wage."
Give credit to where credit is due.
Unz basically quoted Nader. Nader has been my hero since childhood and I hate seeing him overlooked.
Peter Brimelow writes: Curiously I wrote an article saying I was going to vote for Nader here in Connecticut (only a few miles from his birthplace) although we had a great clash in Forbes years ago. See How I Became a Resentful Naderite, Takimag, October 29, 2008. Also Ruminating On Ralph: Could Immigration Be Unsafe At Any Speed?, which starts "We all know that politics make strange bedfellows. But this is ridiculous."