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Vol 43 Issue 44

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The Child Labor Gap

Clothing retailer The Gap Inc. was forced to disavow a factory in India that was revealed to have been employing young children to make Gap clothing under horrible conditions. What do you think?
  • "By horrible conditions you just mean 'in India,' correct?"

    Thomas Gevedon
    Caretaker
  • "I'm sure they didn't take into account the generous product discount these children are getting."

    Lucy Guilfoyle
    Plumber's Assistant
  • "I'm shocked. I was under the impression that all Gap clothes were made by child labor."

    Lucas Mullan
    Secretary
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