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David Bacon Speaks With Labor Radio Host Rick Smith About the Dangers of the Newly Passed Free Trade Agreement

Thursday, 13 October 2011 11:10 By Rick Smith, The Rick Smith Show | Radio Show

Following the passage of new free trade agreements with Colombia, South Korea and Panama, David Bacon speaks with Labor Radio Host Rick Smith about the dangers of these deals to American jobs. 

Press play to listen to their discussion, below:

Read David Bacon's article and view his photo essay:

New Free Trade Agreements Threaten to Kill Jobs and Labor Rights

Listen to more interviews with Truthout Authors on the Rick Smith show by clicking here.

 

 

Rick Smith

Rick comes by his outlook honestly. He grew up in the projects of Cleveland, ducking local gangs while doing paper routes and odd jobs to help feed his family. After high school, he went out on his own, driving 18 wheelers as a proud union member. Nowadays, Rick, a father of three, is working on a Masters. He feels the calling to spread the word about the desperate needs facing workers, and to make the world a better place for kids growing up in what is becoming an America of rich and poor.


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David Bacon Speaks With Labor Radio Host Rick Smith About the Dangers of the Newly Passed Free Trade Agreement

Thursday, 13 October 2011 11:10 By Rick Smith, The Rick Smith Show | Radio Show

Following the passage of new free trade agreements with Colombia, South Korea and Panama, David Bacon speaks with Labor Radio Host Rick Smith about the dangers of these deals to American jobs. 

Press play to listen to their discussion, below:

Read David Bacon's article and view his photo essay:

New Free Trade Agreements Threaten to Kill Jobs and Labor Rights

Listen to more interviews with Truthout Authors on the Rick Smith show by clicking here.

 

 

Rick Smith

Rick comes by his outlook honestly. He grew up in the projects of Cleveland, ducking local gangs while doing paper routes and odd jobs to help feed his family. After high school, he went out on his own, driving 18 wheelers as a proud union member. Nowadays, Rick, a father of three, is working on a Masters. He feels the calling to spread the word about the desperate needs facing workers, and to make the world a better place for kids growing up in what is becoming an America of rich and poor.


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