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Robert Reich

Top 10 Robert Reich Quotes,  American
Total Quotes : 121
Benefits Hospitals Set

A society - any society - is defined as a set of mutual benefits and duties embodied most visibly in public institutions: public schools, public libraries, public transportation, public hospitals, public parks, public museums, public recreation, public universities, and so on.

- Robert Reich

Business Private Telling

We do not want to live in a theocracy. We should maintain that barrier and government has no business telling someone what they ought to believe or how they should conduct their private lives.

- Robert Reich

Digital Test Repair

As digital equipment replaces the jobs of routine workers and lower-level professionals, technicians are needed to install, monitor, repair, test, and upgrade all the equipment.

- Robert Reich

Globalization Lower Goods

Globalization and free trade do spur economic growth, and they lead to lower prices on many goods.

- Robert Reich

College Allow Smoothly

Bankruptcy laws allow companies to smoothly reorganize, but not college graduates burdened by student loans.

- Robert Reich

Which Means Costs

Can we please agree that in the real world, corporations exist for one purpose and one purpose only - to make as much money as possible, which means cutting costs as much as possible?

- Robert Reich

Income Schools Ever

As we segregate by income into different communities, schools in lower-income areas have fewer resources than ever.

- Robert Reich

Fancy Liberal Arts Middle

Community colleges are great bargains. They avoid the fancy amenities four-year liberal arts colleges need in order to lure the children of the middle class.

- Robert Reich

Tax Attractive Middle

A Democratic president should propose a major permanent tax reduction on the middle class and working class. I suspect most of the public would find this attractive.

- Robert Reich

Divisive Been Other

A lot of attention has been going to social values - abortion, gay rights, other divisive issues - but economic values are equally important.

- Robert Reich

Otherwise Poorer Costs

Detroit is really a model for how wealthier and whiter Americans escape the costs of public goods they'd otherwise share with poorer and darker Americans.

- Robert Reich

Allow Advanced

America is one of few advanced nations that allow direct advertising of prescription drugs.

- Robert Reich

Housing Drop Some

Economies are risky. Some industries rise, and others implode, like housing. Some places get richer, and others drop, like Atlantic City. Some people get new jobs that pay better, many lose their jobs or their wages.

- Robert Reich

Reason Becoming Privileges

Even if there's no way to stop U.S. corporations from shedding their U.S. identities and becoming foreign corporations, there's no reason they should retain the privileges of U.S. citizenship.

- Robert Reich

Rest Sure Large

Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and the rest of the Ivy League are worthy institutions, to be sure, but they're not known for educating large numbers of poor young people.

- Robert Reich

Over Next Big

As long as the big banks are allowed to remain big, their political leverage over Washington will remain big. And as long as their political leverage remains big, the taxpayer and economic tab for the next mess they create will be big.

- Robert Reich

Nation Employers Might

During three decades from 1947 to 1977, the nation implemented what might be called a basic bargain with American workers. Employers paid them enough to buy what they produced.

- Robert Reich

Small Big Larger

Drug company payments to doctors are a small part of a much larger strategy by Big Pharma to clean our pockets.

- Robert Reich

Strength Over More

Our moral authority is as important, if not more important, than our troop strength or our high-tech weapons. We are rapidly losing that moral authority, not only in the Arab world but all over the world.

- Robert Reich

Move Nose Could

The faith that anyone could move from rags to riches - with enough guts and gumption, hard work and nose to the grindstone - was once at the core of the American Dream.

- Robert Reich