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The Big Three, Big Labor, and Big Benefits

Reason Foundation's Shikha Dalmia has two new commentaries on the Big Three at Forbes.com.

In the first, Dalmia says:

UAW workers get a good deal compared with their Japanese counterparts in absolute dollars. But they get a great deal relative to income. In fact, one that is four times greater given that Japanese workers earn only about $40,000 in annual wages and benefits; whereas UAW workers, according to James Sherk of The Heritage Foundation, earn about $130,000.

Whole thing here.

In the second, Dalmia argues that Big Labor is making it nearly impossible for the Detroit automakers to survive absent a big, taxpayer-backed government bailout.

Whole thing here.

Dalmia has previously written on the Big Three Bailout for Reason.com.

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