Given the state of network news these days, viewers seldom encounter such probing, useful journalism. In a compellingly documented broadcast, a Dateline: NBC investigative reporter went undercover to reveal that despite company denials, the outwardly patriotic Wal-Mart retail chain used child labor in Bangladesh sweatshops to manufacture clothing sold under its MADE IN THE U.S.A. label. Even with two months' rehearsal time, Wal-Mart president David Glass looked like a deer caught in the headlights. Wal-Mart supporters called the report "one-sided."


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