Friday February 28, 2020

Why I’m glad to help NED

The National Economic Dialogue is not Social Partnership Lite – it’s far better, as its deliberations will show

19th July, 2015
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I live a charmed life in many ways. I belong to a generation that was well educated, essentially for free. I made it all the way to a PhD with no debt. The taxpayer paid for that.

The state delivered a very good education and I reap the rewards of it every day. The state gave me the means to make my living and even gave me a job afterwards.

So when the Department of...

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