Mr. Kernaghan discussed how American companies were operating in the global economy. He described working conditions in overseas… read more
Mr. Kernaghan discussed how American companies were operating in the global economy. He described working conditions in overseas factories producing products for U.S. companies, noting that in most instances workers were not being paid a living wage, children were threatened and exploited, and that factories were closed to outside inspection. He singled out Walmart as the greatest offender. After his remarks he answered questions from the audience. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Marc Vander Hayden President St. Michael's College
- Charles Kernaghan Director National Labor Committee
- Paul Olsen Assistant Director St. Michael's College->Management
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