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Selling Women Short: The Landmark Battle for Workers’ Rights at Wal-Mart
Liza Featherstone (au)
A scrupulous investigation of the hateful labor practices of the world’s largest corp. Liza Featherstone describes the reality for over half a million women who work for Wal-Mart: a 30-year-old woman who was paid less than a 20-year-old man because ‘he has a family to support’, promotions settled at hunting parties, strippers performing at executive events. If Wal-Mart was the great business story of the 90s, its workers may well be the big story of the following decade. This book is a vivid primer on this extraordinary empire, the lives of its employees, & the real-world costs of modern business. A must read for an understanding of the new service economy & the risks it poses to the U.S. & the world. “A women’s rights manifesto.”
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