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V-"Seven Hours in a Union Shop for $2.50" - Merle Linda Wolin - Los Angeles Herald-Examiner

Merle Linda Wolin Wolin, as part of her investigative series on Los Angeles's garment industry, is hired to work in a union shop, posing ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2013-08-08 09:19

IV-"Homework: The Alien’s Secret Support System" Merle Linda Wolin - Los Angeles Herald-Examiner

Merle Linda Wolin The third chapter of Wolin's undercover work in the garment industry. Here, the reporter examines garment ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2013-08-08 09:19

III-"'This is the filthiest of all industries'" - Merle Linda Wolin - Los Angeles Herald-Examiner

Merle Linda Wolin Wolin looks into the Health Department's investigations into the state of California's garment industry. ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2013-08-08 09:19

II-"Five Days' Work for Felix Mendoza, $38.74" - Merle Linda Wolin - Los Angeles Herald-Examiner

Merle Linda Wolin Wolin continues her account of working undercover in California sweatshops, the underworld backbone of the state's ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2013-08-08 09:18

I-"Merlina's Job in Oscar Herrera's Factory" - Merle Linda Wolin - Los Angeles Herald-Examiner

Merle Linda Wolin The first in a series of articles about LA sweatshops, based on undercover reporting as a Spanish-speaking worker by Linda ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2013-08-08 09:18

"At a Slaughterhouse, Some Things Never Die" - Charlie LeDuff - New York Times

Who Kills, Who Cuts, Who Bosses Can Depend on Race" Charlie LeDuff ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2011-11-22 11:03

"Lobbyists Offer Dictators a Door to D.C." - Neal Conan - Talk of the Nation NPR

Neal Conan Interview with Ken Silverstein and B. Jay Cooper, deputy managing director, APCO, Washington, D.C., about lobbying for dictators. ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2013-07-23 12:34

"'Our Costly Dilemma’ and welfare revisited, 50 years later" (Ed May) - Buffalo Evening News

John McMahon A retrospective on the effect of the series, fifty years after it first ran. ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2013-07-23 10:47

"Invisible Man" - Lawrence Otis Graham - New York Magazine

Why did this $105,000-a-year lawyer from Harvard go to work as a $7-an-hour busboy at the Greenwich Country Club — and what did he find? ...

Published Article - aohlheiser - 2012-11-26 04:46

VI-Task Force Vote Fraud Investigation: "Cracking Dem Sanctum" - William Currie - Chicago Tribune

How Tribune Got Vote Fraud Story William Currie The Tribune reports on ...

Published Article - marshall - 2013-08-08 08:49