Commentary: It's Europe's Turn To Sweat About SweatshopsWilliam Echikson
The charges were explosive. Girls as young as 14 were forced to toil for 70 hours or more each week. They could go to the toilet only two times a day, with a day's wage deducted if they stayed more than three minutes. Management conducted regular pregnancy tests and dismissed expectant workers. Union supporters were fired.
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