We can demand graduated improvements in working conditions, but must be willing to pay a few pennies more for the same goods and services, if not we would be contributing to those conditions to maximize the returns on our Dollar.
Texas Faith : Should Americans boycott sweatshops in places like Bangladesh?
MIKE GHOUSE, President, Foundation for Pluralism, Dallas, and Speaker on interfaith matters, diversity and pluralism
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