How Much has Changed in Eighty Years?

Sep 21 2020

How Much has Changed in Eighty Years?

Essay by: Abner C. Nomen No examination of US labor history would leave-out the Fair Labor Standards Act ...
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Labor, Corporate Power and Neoliberalism

Sep 15 2020

Labor, Corporate Power and Neoliberalism

Op-Ed Essay by Mike Shesterkin, Exec. Dir. SMSBF This month, our newsletter is focused on “labor”, and I ...
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Community Banking: Human Scale Economics

Sep 14 2020

Community Banking: Human Scale Economics

By: Student Intern, Eileen Gao Even before I started earning an allowance, my dad brought me to the ...
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A Collective Sigh for the Decline of Collective Bargaining: The Disappearance of Unions & Its Consequences for America

Sep 14 2020

A Collective Sigh for the Decline of Collective Bargaining: The Disappearance of Unions & Its Consequences for America

By: Monica Plawecki, SMSBF Staff Writer There are few things that are as core to Michigan’s identity as ...
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Fix the Damn Dams: Rethinking Excessive Privatization of Public Infrastructure

Aug 17 2020

Fix the Damn Dams: Rethinking Excessive Privatization of Public Infrastructure

By: Monica Plawecki, SMSBF Staff Writer In the few short months that have passed since a week of ...
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Is the Market the Arbiter of All Things?

Aug 17 2020

Is the Market the Arbiter of All Things?

Op-Ed Essay by Mike Shesterkin, Exec. Dir. SMSBF As students of business, we’re taught the “profit motive” leads ...
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