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Meatpacking’s Human Toll
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  • Lance A Compa, Cornell University
  • Jamie Fellner, Human Rights Watch
Publication Date
8-3-2005
Abstract

[Excerpt] The meatpacking industry has shown little inclination to respect its workers' rights on its own. Congress and the Bush administration should take decisive steps to protect the lives and well-being of these men and women. But they are unlikely to act until consumers demand meat that is not tainted by workers' blood, sweat and fear.

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Compa, L. & Fellner, J. (2005, August 3). Meatpacking’s human toll [Electronic version]. The Washington Post, p. A19.


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Lance A Compa and Jamie Fellner. "Meatpacking’s Human Toll" (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lance_compa/85/