Auteur: Bales, Kevin
Titel: Disposable People
Sub titel: New Slavery in the Global Economy
Over 27 million people are enslaved today working in brick kilns in Pakistan, brothels in Thailand, sweatshops of L.A., or for multinational corporations. A harrowing view of the "new" slavery, those fighting it, and suggestions on how to trace products from slave labor to marketplace in order to identify those corporations benefiting from slave labor. Now in a new, revised edition, with a new preface from the author. The author's investigation of conditions in countries from Mauritania to Brazil, reveals the tragic emergence of a "new slavery" linked to the global economy.
2000, 298 pag., Euro 17
University of California Press, Berkeley, ISBN 520224639
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