It talks of a man, Bill Gates, who has extensive knowledge of Wal-Mart's effects on small towns because his job for 17 years was to set-up and manage new Wal-Mart stores.
But Gates is hardly a flack for Wal-Mart. He left the company because he didn't like the direction it took after Sam Walton's death. His comments to the Worland (WY) Women's Business Roundtable were not approved in advance by Wal-Mart, as the company requested. He spoke only as an "ex-employee interested in helping fellow business owners deal with the challenges ahead."
Here is a summary of Gates' presentation:
There's tons more evidence just like this out there. All any local reporter has to do is a little leg work to find out the truth, rather than simply parroting the proaganda and lies that PARD feeds them.
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