The violence has got to stop

Westphal, Linda
June 1998
Cabinet Maker;06/26/98, Issue 5094, p1
Trade Publication
Opinion. Comments on the increasing number of reported violent attacks on retail staff in Great Britain. Reference to an armed attack against furniture store manager David Lofthouse; Cynicism of the public towards retailers; Tendency of small business retailers to bear the brunt of the consumer backlash; Probable worsening of the hostile climate.


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