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More on the 'Folly' of Levi Strauss

January 19, 2003

Isn't it time that our corporate executives took a good look at our country's workers ("Levi Strauss and the Price We Pay," by Fred Dickey, Dec. 1)? This business of our great companies picking up and moving to get their "high-quality products" put together by the cheapest labor they can find, and bringing those products back to sell in America for a few bucks less, is for the birds. Those executives who seem to have one goal (their bottom line) are not interested that they are contributing to the vast number of unemployed and homeless people in our country. How long can we keep up this folly?

Gordon D. Green

Encino

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