There are some very unethical companies that would like America's workers to be more like Bangladesh. That way they could stay here and make their crap. It's wrong that schools don't teach the history of labor's struggle here. Workers today act like the struggle never happened. At some places it's still is today. The next time a disaster happens in, for instance, a coal mine and some information leaks about short cutting safety leading to the problem often it's a non-union company. Workers there have little recourse. It's the ony job in town.