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The Double Tragedy of Amazon's Fulfillment Centers

by Charles Mudede Chesky_W/gettyimages.com First, a brief crack of history. The Economist, an English-language weekly magazine, was established in 1843 to promote the Corn Laws in the UK. The Corn Laws were tariffs that protected British farmers from cheap corn (or grains) from the US and Europe. The Economist, a pro-business magazine, supported the repeal of expensive corn or grain because it wanted to keep wages low.
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