Murray, Arthur O.
January 2004
Business North Carolina;Jan2004, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p24
Features Esther Lentz, a victim of the closure of the textile factory Pillowtex in Kannapolis, North Carolina. Employment problem across North Carolina; Reasons for its closure; Effort of Lentz to address her financial conditions.


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