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On a Friday morning in February 2009, the Labor Department issued its standard monthly readout on the state of the United States labor market.

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A new president won’t take office for another month, but the financial markets’ early verdict on the Donald J. Trump era is in, and it is straightforward.

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Poor and working-class Americans have fallen behind over the last generation, receiving few of the gains of an expanding economy. But we could change that by using one of the most powerful tools in the federal government’s policy arsenal.

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Departing occupants of the White House rarely hand off an improving economy to a successor from the opposing party.

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