Following the tragedy, American Apparel CEO Dov Charney spoke out against overseas, sweatshop production.
The sweatshop is smoky and gloomy and mean— I strive—oh, how vainly I strive to be clean!
The sudden change to a big city, a sweatshop, was too much for him, too much for all of them.
How can you enjoy your vacation in the country while Im in the sweatshop?
It is not enough to be free of a czar, a kaiser or a sweatshop boss.
Looks like someone was openin' a sweatshop in the buildin', don't it!
He was still smarting with indignation over that "sweatshop" horror.
The sweatshop, child-labor, excessive hours for women, were attacked with considerable effect.
A man works in a sweatshop, and has only a little time for self-improvement, and will I tell him what books he ought to read?
Many of our soldiers were from the mine, the farm, the sweatshop.
A small factory or shop in which employees are poorly paid and work under adverse conditions. Sweatshops were especially common in the garment industry during the early twentieth century.
To discover by intimidation or harsh questioning (1940s+)