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Chinese Human-Rights Abuses

Sparked by Chinese Premier Jiang Zemin's recent visit to America, many are calling for the U.S. government to refuse trade with China until it improves its human-rights record. What do you think?
  • "Do you realize that in China, those found guilty of murder are often put to death? The U.S. should not conduct business with such a country."

    Risa Sharp Waitress
  • "We shouldn't interfere with cultures we don't understand. Perhaps, in China, impaling student protestors on sewage-encrusted bamboo stakes is a way of showing respect."

    Edward Szold Systems Analyst
  • "If we were to cruelly deny the Chinese the great taste of Diet Coke via trade sanctions, we would be no better than them."

    Mitchell Orff Ornithologist
  • "All I know is, if I have to listen to 'China Grove' on Classic Rock 101.5 one more time, I'm gonna file a human-rights complaint."

    Randy Ulrich Gardener
  • "The Chinese who work at the Rice Bowl restaurant are guilty of severe hunan-rights abuse. I ordered this dish without water chestnuts."

    Liz Crandall Student
  • "I don't think it's right that the Chinese should be allowed to meddle in the affairs of humans."

    Ben Rublowsky Lawyer

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