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Iverson Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-17-03 03:39 PM
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12. not much "good" to find
Friend, I have to wonder whether you are being clever with the language or no.

However, leaving that aside, what I "admit" is that the truth is rarely monolithic or simple. In the article that you provided, it is indeed interesting to note the praise for Nike from the Communist Party.

I will not be persuaded that economic globalization in its current form is a good thing. However, I welcome your contribution to the discussion and will also resist characterizing you as naive or fuzzy just because you have another opinion.
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  -Nike sweatshop in Vietnam. Good or bad? What's your opinion? J_Q_Higgins  Aug-17-03 01:28 PM   #0 
  - Hard for most Americans to believe.....but it's true for the most part.  Old and In the Way   Aug-17-03 01:45 PM   #1 
  - Cuba too.  J_Q_Higgins   Aug-17-03 01:59 PM   #2 
     - That I agree with  sandnsea   Aug-17-03 02:20 PM   #7 
     - excellent point  Zuni   Aug-17-03 04:00 PM   #15 
     - The evilness of Communism?  ott   Aug-17-03 04:31 PM   #18 
  - 3 years to buy a bicycle?  sandnsea   Aug-17-03 02:01 PM   #3 
  - I have a simple question for you.  J_Q_Higgins   Aug-17-03 02:09 PM   #4 
     - Question for you?  sandnsea   Aug-17-03 02:18 PM   #5 
        - My answer  J_Q_Higgins   Aug-17-03 03:21 PM   #10 
           - Why do you buy these higher prices crap?  sandnsea   Aug-17-03 03:48 PM   #14 
           - Walmart executives would have to take a pay cut, prices would stay low  WhoCountsTheVotes   Aug-17-03 09:02 PM   #21 
  - you first  gristy   Aug-17-03 02:19 PM   #6 
  - Sure!  J_Q_Higgins   Aug-17-03 03:02 PM   #8 
     - Menstrual Leave  Iverson   Aug-17-03 03:16 PM   #9 
        - That's really awful.  J_Q_Higgins   Aug-17-03 03:28 PM   #11 
           - not much "good" to find  Iverson   Aug-17-03 03:39 PM   #12 
              - Communist dictators love Capitalist corporations  WhoCountsTheVotes   Aug-17-03 09:21 PM   #22 
  - Clearly a good thing  HalfManHalfBiscuit   Aug-17-03 03:47 PM   #13 
  - No simple answer  Zuni   Aug-17-03 04:08 PM   #16 
  - One problem (hypothetical)  legin   Aug-17-03 04:21 PM   #17 
  - The author's crowing  legin   Aug-17-03 05:00 PM   #20 
  - Mmmmmm...  legin   Aug-17-03 04:53 PM   #19 
  - Good call - I don't like it one bit.  Ein   Aug-17-03 09:29 PM   #24 
  - Sounds like the "model factories" of the old Soviet days  WhoCountsTheVotes   Aug-17-03 09:25 PM   #23 
  - I have not bought Nike's for ten years now  vision   Aug-17-03 09:55 PM   #25 
  - good or bad?  matman00   Aug-17-03 10:18 PM   #26 
  - BAD...the environmental damage lasts for generations....the low  amen1234   Aug-17-03 10:37 PM   #27 
  - bad.  KG   Aug-17-03 10:47 PM   #28 
 

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