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Economic Affairs Bureau


Economic Affairs Bureau is a book publisher. Some of the books published by Economic Affairs Bureau include Care about our baby? Then buy, buy, buy. (consumerism and child care): An article from: Dollars & Sense, Born to Buy: interview with Juliet Schor.(Interview): An article from: Dollars & Sense, Worthy work, worthless wages. (child care workers)(includes related article): An article from: Dollars & Sense, and The Corporation: the Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power.: An article from: Dollars & Sense.

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1. The Corporation: the Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power.: An artic...
    Author: Joel Bakan
(Unknown)  05/01/2004
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2. Born to Buy: interview with Juliet Schor.(Interview): An article from: D...
    Author: James Woolman
(Unknown)  09/01/2004
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3. Care about our baby? Then buy, buy, buy. (consumerism and child care): A...
    Author: Cynthia Peters
(Unknown)  01/01/1998
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4. Calloused consciences: The limited challenge to child labor.(Critical es...
    Author: Vijay Prashad
(Unknown)  09/01/1999
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5. Cooperating kids (and parents too). (cooperative child care): An article...
    Author: Tricia Brennan, Chuck Collins
(Unknown)  01/01/1998
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6. It takes a community. (social implications of day care): An article from...
    Author: Ellen Frank
(Unknown)  01/01/1998
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7. Taking steps against child labor.: An article from: Dollars & Sense (Dig...
    Author: Stacie Garnett
(Unknown)  05/01/1998
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8. Taking aim at child slavery.: An article from: Dollars & Sense (Digital)
    Author: Skip Barry
(Unknown)  07/01/1997
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9. Worthy work, worthless wages. (child care workers)(includes related arti...
    Author: Marcy Whitebook, Rosemarie Vardell
(Unknown)  09/01/1995
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10. When is a labor law violation not a labor law violation? in Hoffman Plas...
    Author: Abby Scher
(Unknown)  09/01/2002
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11. Organizing a childcare union in Philadelphia. (includes related article ...
    Author: Peter Pitegoff
(Unknown)  09/01/1998
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