What Can Be Done About Sweatshops?

May 1999
Mothering;May/Jun99, Issue 94, p30
Focuses on strategies for consumers in the United States to campaign against companies using sweatshops that employ children. Resources of businesses with sweatshop links; Publication of companies by the National Labor Committee that have products made from sweatshops.


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