The authors investigated the true cost of the global trade in clothing, focusing on the price international communities pay so that U.S. consumers can continue to pay bargain prices for their clothes. The investigation traced the life of a pair of pants from Wal-mart to the company in Bangladesh that makes them. The authors followed the life of a worker in that factory and explored the violations of domestic law and international corporate codes of conduct by the company owners.
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