Fair TradeBook - 2010
The modern concept of fair trade started in the United states, when associations such as SERRV International began to trade with poor communities in the South in the late 1940s and the first formal "Fair Trade" shop opened in 1958. This anthology provides your readers with a complete overview of fair trade practices. It contains a collection of writings by foremost authorities in the field, representing leading conservative, liberal, and centrist views on the issues associated with the subject. Each chapter presents an important question about the topic, and the opinions that follow are grouped into yes and no categories. By evaluating contrasting opinions, readers can attain an objective understanding of the issues.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2010
Characteristics: 202 p. ; 23 cm