Prison labor: necessary evil, or primitive sin

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prison labor: necessary evil, or primitive sin?


“In more recent years, prison labor continues to be used by corporations, especially in the private prison sector. Corporations, especially those in the technology and food industries, contract prison labor, as it is legal and often completely encouraged by government legislature.[6] The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) serves as a federal tax credit that grants employers $2,400 for every work-release employed inmate.[7] "Prison in-sourcing" has increasingly grown in popularity as the cheaper alternative to outsourcing with a wide variety of companies such as Whole Foods, McDonald's, Target, IBM, Texas Instruments, Boeing, Nordstrom, Intel, Wal-Mart, Victoria's Secret, Aramark, AT&T, BP, Starbucks, Microsoft, Nike, Honda, Macy's and Sprint and many more actively participating in prison in-sourcing throughout the 1990s and 2000s.[8]”


(read the following in a New York accent for the most effect)

  • PRISON LABORZ MAKIN YA JUNCFOOD
  • YA COMPYOOTAS
  • YA CALKYALATARS
  • YA EIRPLAYNS
  • YA LONGERAY
  • YA INTORNET
  • YA OYAL
  • YA COPHIE
  • YA SHOOOZ
  • YA CAHZ

AR COUNTRY IS BILT ON DA GATES O HELL N ALL YALL COMPLAYNYN FER DA WRONG REEZONS