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Unformatted text preview: established by the FLA? (Silverstein, pp. 40-41) 4. What do Silverstein’s interviews with the women workers in Phnom Penh reveal about their working conditions? (Silverstein, pp. 41-42) How does their testimony fit with Nicholas Kristof’s view that “sweatshops are a dream”? 5. What lessons can be drawn from the earlier experience of the United States and other industrialized nations with sweatshops? Will the model currently in place in Third World apparel producing countries lead to a rising standard of living for apparel workers? (Silverstein, p. 44) Terms: Fair Labor Association (FLA) (Silverstein, p. 40) – asfd...
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- Spring '08
- Ken Silverstein, Phnom Penh, Fair Labor Association, Silverstein