This short article responds in part to George DeMartino's Enslaved to Fashion: Corporations, Consumers, and the Campaign for Worker Rights in the Global Economy (HRHW, Volume 1, Issue 2), which reviewed Schoenberger's Levi's Children: Coming to Terms with Human Rights in Global Marketplace.
This article originally appeared in the SAIS Review 22:1 (2002): 81-85, © The Johns Hopkins University Press. Reproduced with permission of The Johns Hopkins University Press.
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