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Of course the wave of protests didn't occur, the workers cling to their jobs because they need the money and Walmart gets away with taking advantage of workers. Maybe their should be a charitable organization for people who want to do something for WM workers? A small donation from each of (for example) 10% of shoppers could really add up. Isn't this more practical than telling ourselves what the Waltons should do?
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