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Facing the hostile crowd, who had been fed-up, hungry, shot at, and arrested in scores, there was little else he could do. What can you say to the men and women who faced the tragedy, and painstakingly picked up bullet casings? What can you do in response?
The trouble is that the things we buy implicate us in a flow of goods that runs the length and breadth of the globe; rarely do we really know their origins and circumstances of production.