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The argument in article The Internets destroying workand turning the old middle class into the new proletariat found on Saloncom website by Andrew Leonard is both effective and persuasive Leonards article is supported with minor claims evidence and a concession to persuade the readers into his thinking The author Andrew Leonards major claim states the following that the new economy is turning human labor into just another computer process and that of which will continue to wreck jobs He uses many minor claims and evidence to support this idea such as the growing class of invisible workers the decade of imperceptible wage growth and the exploitation of new technology The fact that there are no unions in what he calls the cloud labor is a minor claim he uses He argues that there is a growing class of invisible workers He states that for those who have lots of money to spend Fancy Hands is the way to go Although he comments for those people who belong to the slice of the work force in which wage growth has been imperceptible for decades its not clear at all that the super-efficient super-cost-effective distribution of work through the cloud is applause-worthy He uses the example that this is not Henry Ford who paid his workers 5 per day so that they could afford Ford cars instead he points out that it is the opposite the exploitation of new technology that enables employers to pay the least amount possible to get a job done by tapping an unlimited pool of labor willing to work for almost nothing Leonard Leonard has provided minor claims and evidence to support his major claim and thesis Leonard included a concession in his article to clarify to the reader that he notices that there are other sides to the story Such as saying Fancy Hands and its brethren
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