Friday, October 12, 2012

Wal Mart: Keeping the World in Poverty

Susan Brannon

This part of the documentary reflects the lives of those in the factories abroad, Mexico, China, and other places in the world.  This reflects how the Wal Mart System keeps not only those living in America in poverty, but creates and keeps those all over the world in utter poverty.  The average pay is less than $3.00 a day.  They charge for the "dorms" that the workers either chose to live in or not and their utilities and food consumption.  After Wal Mart started their factories abroad, many other retail corporations and high tech companies transfered their factories abroad thus creating more poverty, reducing the jobs in America and in the end, created a Third World America.

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