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Her father,上海龙凤论坛Jasper, everything Anecdotally and statistically we see persistent public anxiety about the economy A POLITICO poll discovered 64 percent of respondents feeling as if the country was "out of control" and only 36 percent believing its in a "good position to meet its economic and national security challenges" When a subsequent POLITICO story highlighting economic concerns as a central issue in the upcoming elections dropped it was peppered with quotes from average voters expressing "raw" concerns about matters such as "outsourcing" and "job growth" The question of who benefits becomes more pressing with each passing year the freelance economy grows Interestingly enough the decline of purchasing power since 1973 seems to mirror the upward trend of the "contingent" economy during that same period And along with the recession it also meanseventuallythat large segments of the population are getting left behind or will remain behind Already as Prospects Virginia Durivage pointed out some time ago "most contingent workers are women and minorities clustered in low-wage jobs with no benefits or opportunities for advancement" Official unemployment rates released each month by the Bureau of Labor Statistics make recovery feel as fresh as a detergent commercial but these reports slickly ignore other indicators such as underemployment or diminished labor force participation rates that actually show joblessness is much higher than we think One factor perhaps could be a rising freelance mindset as fed-up workers tap out of traditional models in a bid to make it on their own Another obvious factor is a society still largely discriminating on the basis of race and perceived status a condition for which the freelance economy may have no solution especially if as USA Today showed in a recent analysis "top universities turn out black and Hispanic computer science and computer engineering graduates at twice the rate that leading technology companies hire them" Would embracing a dominant freelance economy make that situation worse Its unclear at the moment What we can see for example is that freelance pioneers like Uber are disrupting taxi industries largely populated by drivers of color: while 32 percent of tax drivers are black less than 20 percent of Uber drivers are the same compared to more than 40 percent who are white Asian and Latino Uber driver rates are however nearly identical to their proportions as taxi drivers even while still low (17 percent each respectively) when compared to white Uber drivers That probably doesnt hint at any pattern of hiring discrimination on that part of Uber when it clears and selects contracted drivers But what is clear is that companies reliant on outsourcing as their primary operational model have more incentive to circumvent (or altogether neglect) worker rights than when industries were more reliant on permanent positions Charles D Ellison is a veteran political strategist and Contributing Editor for The Root This piece was originally published in New Americas digital magazine The Weekly Wonk Sign up to get it delivered to your inbox each Thursday here and follow @New America on Twitter Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsBeijing: China signalled on Monday it was hardening its stance on dissent in Taiwan and Hong Kong where it faces growing frustration with the increasingly authoritarian government of President Xi Jinping In a report to the opening session of the annual National People’s Congress in Beijing Premier Li Keqiang warned China "will never tolerate any separatist schemes" in Taiwan amid growing tensions between the mainland and the self-ruled island File image of Chinese president Xi Jinping Reuters The warning to the almost 3000 members of the mostly ceremonial legislature followed the omission of language supporting the political autonomy of Hong Kong and Macau that had featured prominently in previous years The report said Beijing would continue to uphold its "one China" principle and promote "peaceful growth" relations with Taiwan under the 1992 consensus which agrees that there is only one China without specifying whether Beijing or Taipei is its rightful representative Beijing will also "advance China’s peaceful reunification" Li said But he added it "will never tolerate any separatist schemes or activities for ‘Taiwan independence’" China still sees Taiwan as part of its territory awaiting reunification and has cut off official communications with Taipei because President Tsai Ing-wen refuses to acknowledge the democratic island as part of "one China" China voiced anger last week after the US Senate passed a Taiwan travel bill to encourage visits between Washington and Taipei "at all levels" Washington cut formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan in 1979 in favour of Beijing But it maintains trade relations with the island and sells it weapons angering China The report also hinted at a hardening stance towards dissent in the semi-autonomous cities of Hong Kong and Macau which Beijing rules under the principle of "One country two systems" Last year the section of the report on governing the former European colonies said they would be allowed "a high degree of autonomy" a statement in keeping with past years but this year’s report omitted the phrase While this year’s report referred to the "One country two systems" concept it no longer said it would "steadfastly" apply the principle The change may seem minor but silence speaks volumes in a system where government documents are edited down to the last comma Hong Kong has been governed under a "one country two systems" deal since 1997 when Britain handed the territory back to China This allows residents rights unseen on the mainland including freedom of speech and a partially directly elected legislature as well as an independent judiciary But there are fears these freedoms are under threat from Beijing Tanya Chan a pro-democracy lawmaker in the city said the omission of the mention of Hong Kong people governing themselves was no mistake "I don’t think any omission is without purpose especially when Hong Kong people are concerned about autonomy and the whole system" she told AFP "I worry about whether the Chinese government still respects these very important promises" Chan added predicting more "serious and overt" intervention by Beijing Claudia Mo also a pro-democracy legislator said the "one country two systems" deal was already dead "They are just confirming it" she added Rome: Jordan Henderson admitted Liverpool had done it the hard way after sealing their place in the Champions League final despite a 4-2 defeat in the semi-final second leg at Roma on Wednesday Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson celebrates after his side’s thrilling win over AS Roma Reuters Holding a 5-2 lead from the first leg Liverpool were cruising after going 2-1 up in the return in Rome But Roma equalised after the interval and scored twice in the final moments of a dramatic tie which set a Champions League semi-final goal record Reds captain Henderson conceded Liverpool had made it more difficult than necessary as Jurgen Klopp’s side set up a final showdown with holders Real Madrid on 26 May "We never do it the easy way unfortunately We could have done better in this game but we’ve made it through to the final" Henderson told BT Sport "Overall we handled the situation well apart from the last 10 minutes We need to stop that but I’m delighted we’re in the final "We knew it was important to score and get one early on It was an amazing effort "We have another important game on the weekend against Chelsea and then we have Real Madrid in the final We will go there with confidence" Liverpool have reached 46 goals in 14 Champions League matches (including qualifiers) surpassing the previous best set by Barcelona in 16 games in 1999-2000 James Milner has been one of the unsung heroes of Liverpool’s run and the midfielder conceded his team’s second-leg rollercoaster ride was in keeping with their entertaining style of play "We know how to make it interesting don’t we That’s what it is all about though – these scenes right here" he said "We know we need to do better to see out games All in all I thought we played quite well but could have controlled it better "Nobody said getting to the Champions League final is easy and we’ve beaten some great teams on the way" Asked how he would celebrate Milner vowed to stick to Ribena – a popular British soft drink for children – rather than having a glass of wine "I might stretch myself out to some Ribena or something maybe" he grinned "They are attacking the hundreds of thousands of children who need their parents to care for them and tell them that there are no monsters under the bed. 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