Loretta Tofani

veteran journalist

Guest

Veteran journalist, she traveled to China over a 12-month period for a recently published six-part series on working conditions in factories there; former foreign correspondent based in Beijing, she won a Pulitzer Prize in 1983 while a staff writer at the Washington Post

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Late last year, as Congress considered a ban on imports from overseas "sweatshops," we broadcast a program on working conditions in China.

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Late last year, as Congress considered a ban on imports from overseas "sweatshops," we broadcast a program on working conditions in China.

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Some 21 million toys made in China and imported by the United States have been recalled because of lead paint or other dangerous defects.

Are Chinese Workers Paying the Price for Cheap Goods?

Some 21 million toys made in China and imported by the United States have been recalled because of lead paint or other dangerous defects.

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