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Editorial: The years America went to work

In quirkily related business news that may have caught your eye: Uber plans to lease enough space in Chicago's soon-to-be-renovated old post office building to accommodate thousands of workers, while restaurant managers in Fort Smith, Arkansas, are struggling to hire enough people to staff their kitchens and dining rooms.

These are two scenes from a robust economy that is driving job growth and giving more Americans opportunities for better lives. They are reminders of the current era's prosperity. But don't take the good times and

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