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It includes a fascinating account of how NAFTA made possible the international success of fast fashion. Lastly, she meets people who are trying to reform the system entirely, from the materials we use to how clothes are produced and the ways we shop. Throughout, Thomas reminds us that the textile industry has always been one of the darkest corners of the world economy.
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The defining product of the Industrial Revolution, textiles were crucial to the development of our globalized capitalist system, and its abuses today are built on a long history. Slave labor in the American South supplied factories in both England, where they were notorious for child labor and other horrors, and the United States, where factory fires took the lives of recent immigrants at the turn of the 20th century. Thomas reports that there are immigrant workers in Los Angeles today who are victims of wage theft and exploitation, not to mention the Bangladeshi, Chinese, Vietnamese and other laborers who face working conditions that are at best grim and at worst inhumane.
Fashion is an industry that has depended on the toil of the powerless and the voiceless, and on keeping them that way. In one of the most powerful parts of the book, Thomas recounts the tragedy of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, told through the harrowing experiences of two survivors. I was in NYC for 5 days. This and the pocket version were my constant companions.
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