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CSPAN
Aug 23, 2015 7:51pm EDT
begin to move overseas. and then they begin to move to places like korea and taiwan and then to china and eventually in the 21st century to central america and poor countries in south and southeast asia. that brings us to the end of the story. in 2013, over 1100 workers died the plaza in bangladesh and the story is almost exactly the same young women working in the apparel industry with powerful department stores like wal-mart putting high cost pressures on the local contractors to make sure that the good stayed cheap and the profit for wal-mart state high. the factory collapses and it would be the greatest single workplace disaster in history and it's almost the same thing as 1911 except we don't see it. we can't even find a bangladesh on the map. forget about seeing the workers die and working to improve those conditions. what has happened is the corporations have the skate the legal code that came to them. we are still bound by them here in the united states or honduras or mexico. but if the corporation says that to stringently apply this raises too much, but pollution and regulati
CSPAN
Sep 7, 2015 11:45am EDT
and beginning to places like korea and taiwan and china and in the 21st century, central america and poor countries in south, southeast asia. in 2013, over 1100 workers died in bangladesh and the story is almost the same as the triangle fire. young women working in the apparel industry with powerful departmentl stores like wal-mart putting high-cost pressure on contractors to make sure that it stays cheap, the factory collapses on it. and it's almost the exact same thing as 1911 except we don't see it. means don't see it, we can't find beng beng >> could you repeat the questions have -- >> we are still bound by them here in the united states or in honduras, or in mÉxico. as a corporation says that, that restriction should be plied, this raises too much, they are going to move to another country. in doing that we create exploitation that allows companies to create tremendous amount of process while undermining workers around the world. what happens? the work the union organizers get fired, the union organizers get murdered, put in jail, the government ignores because the government i
CSPAN
Sep 6, 2015 4:00pm EDT
to mexico in the '60s and then beginning to move to places like korea and taiwan, then to china and eventually in the modern, you know, in the 21st century to central america and to poor countries in south and southeast asia. well, that brings us to the end of our story. in 2013 over 1100 workers die in bangladesh, and the story is almost exactly the same as the triangle fire. young women working in the apparel industry with powerful department stores like walmart putting high cost pressures on the local contractors to make sure that the goods stay cheap and that profit for walmart stays high, unsafe working conditions. the factory collapses on them. it's probably the greatest single workplace disaster in industrial history, and it's almost the exact be same thing as 1911 except we don't see it. americans don't see it. we can't even find bangladesh on a map. forget about seeing the workers die and working to improve those conditions. what's happened is that corporations have escaped the legal codes that tame them. we are still bound by them here in the united states or in bangladesh
CSPAN
Sep 27, 2015 4:52pm EDT
move to places like korea, taiwan , china, and in the modern 21st century to central america and poor countries in south and southeast asia. that brings us to the end of her story. the positive and bangladesh. the story is almost exactly the same as the triangle fire. young women working putting high cost pressures on the local contractors to make sure that the good state and profit from almost a sign. unsafe working conditions. americans don't see it. we can't even find bangladesh on a map. forget about seeing the workers die and working to improve conditions. what has happened is a corporation that has state, legal code. we are still bound when bangladesh or honduras or mexico.mexico. but if a corporation says that is too stringently applied this raises too much, that pollution regulation is too strong, they are going to move to another country. ..
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