Amid surging inflation, tens of millions of American workers face fast-declining buying power today, but full-time employees in many professions have been losing economic ground since the 1970s. That is when corporate lobbyists began to succeed in their anti-overtime efforts. The result: Over the last 47 years, there have been sharp reductions in the percentage of workers eligible for time-and-a-half pay. The question is why?
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