Industry execs mulling effects of Reich's exit

Ramey, Joanna
November 1996
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;11/11/1996, Vol. 172 Issue 90, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the concerns of apparel and retail industry officials about the potential impact of Robert Reich's resignation as Labor Secretary. Praise and criticism received by Reich from various sectors of the apparel industry; Reich's crusade against garment sweatshops.


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