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This week in the war on workers: Ivanka's real brand is exploitation

You should read this Washington Post investigation of Ivanka Trump's clothing manufacturing practices for a lot of reasons—to hear from the workers, to be reminded how far Trump rhetoric on workers diverges from Trump practice, and to learn something about what goes into your clothes, Ivanka-branded or not. Sample: A 25-year-old woman said PT Buma hires her as a fabric cutter on a day-to-day basis, paying her a monthly salary that ranges between $68 to $135 for as much as 24 days of work — far below the region’s minimum wage and a rate that workers advocates say is probably a violation of local law.
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