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Regime Change Begins at Home by Charles Derber

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NOTES

Introduction

1. John Kerry, “Kerry Says U.S. Needs Its Own ‘Regime Change,’” Glen Johnson, The Boston Globe, April 3, 2003.

2. I interviewed forty-seven workers between 1992 and 2003. I chose mostly to talk to temps, part-timers, freelancers, outsourced workers, etc., who have emerged as the new breed of workers in the current era. I taped the interviews, which lasted for about two hours each. Throughout this book I changed interviewees’ names to protect their privacy. I conducted all the interviews in the Boston area, and I found the workers through temp agencies and personal references. These interviews provide not a scientific sample but simply a way to learn the stories of workers who are the new products of what I call today’s “regime.” ...

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