The article "US Finds Its Form of Perestroika Difficult," Dec. 16, neglects to define the term "corporate restructuring." In the case of those global mega-corporations the author talks about, corporate restructuring can refer only to automation and/or the moving of the work force to other countries where labor is cheaper. The grim fact is that technology and greed are about to make the American worker extinct.
The situation is serious and only Congress can take action to restore the working class, on which the economy of this country rests, to its proper place. Edgar Schenkman, Central, S.C.
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