There are sweat shops involved with fair trade. Do you live under a rock? Sweatshops have little to do with fair trade, considering they are made in order to cut production costs and save on internal expenses to maximize revenue.
I didn't mean to put the word "little," in there.
I'm not promoting the utlilization of sweatshops, but ending fair trade would hinder globalization.
It is odd to consider tiny Vietnam hands making my SB's.
They do a pretty good job, the stitches are strong and straight, leave them alone and let me pay $90 for them, $90 a year for shoes isn't bad.
If people weren't getting stepped on to make our lives what they are, we wouldn't be on Newschoolers arguing about it. Does that make any sort of sense or am I confused.