Holly Sklar

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Holly Sklar (born 1955) is an author and syndicated columnist, policy analyst and strategist whose articles have appeared in hundreds of newspapers and online outlets[1] as well as The Nation,[2] and other publications.[3] She is the co-author of Raise the Floor: Wages and Policies that Work for All of Us (2001).

Books[edit]

  • Trilateralism: The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management (1980)
  • Who's who in the Reagan Administration (1981)
  • Poverty in the American Dream: Women & Children First (1983)
  • Plant Closures: Myths, Realities, and Responses (1985)
  • Reagan, Trilateralism, and the Neoliberals: Containment and Intervention in the 1980s (1986)
  • Washington's War on Nicaragua (1988)
  • Streets of Hope: The Fall and Rise of an Urban Neighborhood (1994)
  • Chaos Or Community?: Seeking Solutions, Not Scapegoats for Bad Economics (1995)
  • Shifting Fortunes: The Perils of the Growing American Wealth Gap (1999)
  • (with Laryssa Mykyta and Susan Wefald) Raise the Floor: Wages and Policies that Work for All of Us (2001)
  • Titans of the Enron Economy: The Ten Habits of Highly Defective Corporations (2002)
  • A Just Minimum Wage: Good for Workers, Business and Our Future (2005)

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