Workers resist exploitation, even in the worst circumstances. Historian Annelise Orleck spoke with 140 of them, from garment workers in Cambodia to Walmart workers in the US.
Stephanie Luce is a professor of labor studies at the City University of New York's Murphy Institute and the author of Labor Movements: Global Perspectives.
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