By Andrew Faris
You've probably heard all the same stuff about how Wal-Mart is an evil mega-oppressor of the working poor that I have. I've been skeptical of that attitude for awhile because it always seemed like people were mad at them for succeeding as a business, but don't want to turn a blind eye to oppression.
Well Charles Platt went undercover as a Wal-Mart employee to try to figure out what the problem is, and his article about that experience is well worth a look. He comes out quite favorable to the retail giant, and it is one of the most interesting pieces I've read in awhile.
(HT: Mark Stump)