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No Logo by Naomi Klein
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Feb 26, 11

bookshelves: 2011
Read from January 20 to February 26, 2011

The book explored multinatinals and their tactics to increase profits while lowering costs, and the very real effects these actions had on people. It then explored the ways that people have fought back both on the ground or in the factories themselves, and from an arms length, and the companies's reactions. Finally, she left the reader with the message that the people who work in the sweatshops need to be empowered to fight for their own rights, with a particular emphasis on the need for unionization. And throughout the book there was a great big call for more transparency in business. The book is out of date now, but her underlying messages (or what I understood them to be) are still relevant. I really enjoyed this book.

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