As I write this, Mumin Manavoglu is fighting for his life. The 45-year-old owner of a Boston pizza shop is on life support and his family is gathered around him in a grim vigil that, according to statistics, is likely to play out many more times in other cities and towns nationwide.Manavoglu was shot in the head by a robber on the same day the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that, after a 10-year decline, the number of restaurant workers killed on the job in 2006 had jumped 26 ...

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