Unformatted text preview: generally better upholders of standards than local companies. I don’t think this is altruism on their part. They are worried about reputational damage if they have woefully low standards. As to the disparity between advocating openness for western manufacturers while slamming the door shut on the south’s agricultural exports, I couldn’t agree more. See Davos Newbies passim . On Phil’s other points, there are no easy answers and he’s right to say there is need for more research. What I object to in less intelligent viewpoints is the arrogance that we need to save the world’s poor from exploitation by neo-colonialist corporations. That smacks of the “white man’s burden” fallacy. http://www.davosnewbies.com/2002/06/...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 200 taught by Professor Redington during the Fall '08 term at Kansas State University.
- Fall '08