Jacology: The Sweatshop That Made Your Smartphone

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People have wondered for years why so many manufacturing jobs have left the United States. The right wing blames unions. The left wing blames greedy corporations. But the New York Times this past week had a chilling look at the problem, focusing on manufacturing i-Phones. So, why are none of the smart phones actually made in the USA? Because American workers refuse to work like slave laborers and actually live at the factory.

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