Here it is.

For those idiots who fail to understand the danger of Wal Mart

http://walmartwatch.com/
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August 31st, 2005
Another good resource:

http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/77/walmart.html
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August 31st, 2005
Another in-depth analysis by PBS:

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/walmart/
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August 31st, 2005
Yeah Wal Mart is great for consumers and society in general. Boo fucking hoooo!

http://www.walmartworkerscanada.com/news.php?articleID=00113
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August 31st, 2005
So where are those morons who believe Wal Mart gives lower income folks more options.

Two words for you: FUCK YOU!
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August 31st, 2005
Another good resource for the uninformed:

http://www.wakeupwalmart.com/
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August 31st, 2005
BOTTOM LINE:

Labor day is next Monday. Start saying No to Wal Mart now!
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August 31st, 2005
Wal-Mart violates Child Labor Laws

An internal Wal-Mart audit found "extensive violations of child-labor laws and state regulations requiring time for breaks and meals.” (New York Times, 1/13/04)
One week of time records from 25,000 employees in July 2000 found 1,371 instances of minors working too late, during school hours, or for too many hours in a day. There were 60,767 missed breaks and 15,705 lost meal times. (New York Times, 1/13/04)
Wal-Mart agreed to pay $135,540 to settle child labor violation charges in January 2005 for allegedly breaking child labor laws in 24 incidents. (Wall Street Journal, 2/12/05)
Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell announced that the state found 11 violations in three Wal-Mart stores in the state and that 337 minors worked at the company's 32 Connecticut stores from 2003 to 2005. The probe came after the Labor Department in February said the retailer had similar violations nationwide. (Bloomberg News, 6/22/05)
Wal-Mart has also been fined $205,650 for 1,436 violations of child labor laws in Maine for the period 1995 to 1998. The settlement represents the largest number of citations as well as the largest fine ever issued by the Maine Department of Labor for child labor violations. (Bureau of Business Practice News)
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August 31st, 2005
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