Foxconn chairman Terry Gou doesn't see his employees as slaves. That would be too complimentary.
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"This immoral pettifogging is unacceptable. The act of selling jumper cables and car batteries to a country that has told you it intends to electrocute political activists with them does not become less repugnant because they can also start a car."
In the UK, a growing number of consumers are speaking out against the miserable labor practices and "denim blue" rivers that give us ridiculously cheap clothes. Is the US market about to follow suit?
Non-profit group United Against Nuclear Iran makes a pretty good case.
Gas up the meatwagon, boys. Things are about to get a lot busier around here...