Jane Saks on “Working in America:” “The people in the world who are invisible to us are the structure”

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Rick in-studio with Jane!

Rick bonds with Jane Saks, the curator of “Working in America,” over their mutual friendship with the great Studs Terkel. And they compare today’s work life and ethic to that of the ’70s, much of it surprisingly similar. Then, Jane describes some of the symbols behind her exhibit, found at Harold Washington Library.

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