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February 16, 2013

Let’s talk about the labor market. The other day I saw something on TV that was very scary to me. They were showing a manufacturer using robots to do the work. It is amazing what those robots can d....

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Feb-16-13 6:07 PM

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Mar-10-13 2:10 PM

Margaret: What entitles you to a space for such meanderings? Can I wander in and about all these topics with no responsibility for their integrity? Who do I have to know to have such by-line? There's so much of interest and so much to object to in what you write that I'll be surprised if you have a clue as to which is which. What is the journalistic standard that you follow? Half-truths, innuendos, arguments without evidence, and the occasional moment of common sense. I'm even worried about the latter, since "common" often means "mediocre" (average) and "going with the crowd." Sometimes I'm on your side, though usually not for the weak reasons you advance. A column is not a conversation with your mother; it should enlighten readers to things not considered, not reinforce mere opinion.

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