• Title: Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
  • Author: Greg Spotts Robert Greenwald
  • ISBN: 9781932857245
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wal Mart The High Cost of Low Price This fast paced companion book to Robert Greenwald s explosive documentary takes you behind the scenes of the making of this controversial film and the grass roots pressure campaign challenging one of
    This fast paced companion book to Robert Greenwald s explosive documentary takes you behind the scenes of the making of this controversial film and the grass roots pressure campaign challenging one of the world s largest and most powerful companies The story of a wide ranging investigation that was kept secret from its target, this book describes Greenwald and his crew onThis fast paced companion book to Robert Greenwald s explosive documentary takes you behind the scenes of the making of this controversial film and the grass roots pressure campaign challenging one of the world s largest and most powerful companies The story of a wide ranging investigation that was kept secret from its target, this book describes Greenwald and his crew on a nine month journey filled with breakthrough moments and unexpected challenges Given unlimited access to the filmmakers, Spotts reveals the new tactics and technologies that are revolutionizing political filmmaking, offering inspiration for aspiring filmmakers and activists.

    One Reply to “Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price”

    1. This book sucked.Don't let the title fool you, you have to read the fine print, it's only about the making of the movie. I dont want a freaking behind the scenes, I want the actual info goddamnit!

    2. Oh my gosh, this was terrible. I almost DNF-ed it, but I hate doing that.A little background - I used to work at WalMart. I was in the electronics department and I lasted about 3 weeks (until I got a much better job) because WalMart is a soul-sucking corporation. I sincerely congratulate anyone who can last longer than me: You are the true heroes.I picked this up for $3 dollars at a library bookstore because I thought it would give me more reason to hate WalMart. I'd even be okay if if gave me r [...]

    3. I really hate to come off on any comment as a follower, but the book was just a precursor to the DVD. Yes, I loved the cover, it grabbed me by the collar from the shelf and I feel great remorse for having spent any money on the purchase. To think how far that $16.00 would have gotten be at a used book store Better not to think about it.

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