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  • The Price of a Bargainby Gordon Laird

    McClelland & Stewart 2009; US$ 21.00

    A brilliant investigation into the true cost of our bargain economy ? and the end of consumerism as we know it Ours is the age of discount: we want more, cheaper, better. But the result is low wages, urban blight, environmental damage, labour abuses, a cookie-cutter model of progress, and now an international economic crisis. With an eye for documentary... more...

  • The Price of a Bargainby Gordon Laird

    St. Martin's Press 2009; US$ 27.99

    In this book, Laird traces the bargain ? that touchstone of American culture ? from its humble dollar-store origins to its recent role as global juggernaut. Along the way, he discovers that much of today?s collapsing consumer economy is dangerously dependant upon unsustainable labor, transport, resources, trade imbalances, and consumer debt. Through... more...

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