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The Rich Keep Getting Richer Robert B Reich was born in 1946 and is a Professor activist politician and an author He graduated from Yale Law School John F Kennedy Government School and was a Rhodes scholar studying at Oxford University Reich served as secretary of labor in the first Clinton administration and has a reputation of being a conciliator who can see opposite sides to every question and solve them Jacobus 287 He has written many books such as the Next American Frontier Work of Nations and The Wealth of Nations Robert B Reich wrote Why the Rich are getting Richer and the Poor Poorer to categorize American workers He divided all jobs into three boats routine producers in person servers and symbolic analyst Reich continues to explain each job and how they are affecting the economic wave In his essay Reich use of deductive reasoning and argument proves valid in the sense that the vessels are preventing change among the social order in todays society The first sinking vessel routine producers is the fastest sinking boats because they face competition from around the globe and from computer robots Big companies like ATT used routine producers in the US in the 1980s till they found that in Singapore routine producers would do the same job for a fraction of the price Reich 291 They fired the US workers and used Singaporeans untill ATT could find another country willing to pay less Reichs use of evidence is apparent in the example of ATT The evidence pertains to wages and shows that routine producers are easily replaced and adds to Reichs opinions of the boats Reich also states that Singaporean replaced US ATT workers for a fraction of the cost and will eventually will be replaced by less costly and more productive means human or otherwise His logic shows that with each occurrence another will come about Thus the relationship formed by Reich appeals logically
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