• Despite all the Democratic wins in November, a sense of outrage filled the room as labor officials, environmentalists, civil rights activists, immigration reformers, and a panoply of other progressive leaders discussed the challenges facing the left and what to do to beat back the deep-pocketed conservative movement.

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  • With the negligible surplus, Mr Costello has left the Labor leader, Kim Beazley, little room to offer big promises in the election.

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  • On a tiny editorial staff of 11, there was room for a full-time labor editor.

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  • There is plenty of room to debate whether this type of labor amounts to exploitation of, excuse the pun, a captive audience or does it take away jobs from those who are in the general work force.

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  • And as I look around the room, we've got leaders of labor who helped to make this happen.

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  • In labor that snowy January morning, the nurse entered my delivery room to discuss my epidural.

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  • Since these meals don't have much higher ingredient or labor costs than those dished out to the hoi polloi in the main room, the premium collected on them is almost all profit.

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  • Since labor cost represents about 15% of the cost of an iPhone — and a Nokia expert thinks labor cost is a mere 5% of that total — then Apple should have plenty of room to negotiate 10% lower costs in the other parts of the iPhone cost structure.

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  • The same can increasingly be said of South Korea, which won't even make room for its northern brothers (preferring to "outsource" to Kim Jong-il's labor camp at Kaesong--good luck with that).

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  • It's one thing to have a national vaccination campaign--easily enough done--but quite another to rebuild public infrastructure, offer care for maladies ranging from AIDS to obstructed labor (which requires, of course, a Cesarean section, which in turn requires electricity and an operating room and someone who can perform the procedure), and to recruit and train that army of community health workers.

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