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Where fairness is the bottom line

August 31, 2006

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TOO OFTEN we Americans view our worker role as independent from our consumer role (" More than Wal-Mart ," op-ed, Aug. 19). While at the office, we expect to be properly compensated (in the form of decent wages and benefits). In the store, we expect to find goods and services at the lowest possible price (which often results in reduced ... (Full article: 175 words)

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