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16/10/2007 12:55:00 AMST Notes   Garment Industry Working Conditions o Slavery- US. Anti-sweatshop movement Fair Wage  Executive Pay Worker Wage Workers: paid by the piece o Overtime laws etc not actually enforced Worst Case Scenario:  1995= El Monte (Slave like conditions) 71 people recruited from  Thailand . no access to healthcare Lawsuit File by APALC Price paid to contractor—clothing only produced according to violation of laws  because it is such a low wage o Won Lawsuit--- legislation in CA toward Joint Liability LAWS, but what about the enforcement of the laws? o Huge lack of funds to investigate claims, and to bring the lawsuits.—to  further enforce the new laws  Julie Su- attorney---  Exposed to extreme exploitation that goes on with the  garment workers Possibility in improving the situations through the legal  process Human Traffic- indentured servants in garment industry
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2007 for the course AMST 101gm taught by Professor Saito during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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AMST Notes - 10:55:00 AM AMST Notes Garment Industry...

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