and expresses what she believes in," Sheubrooks said. "However, I feel that Marion has several flaws in her political views, such as not analyzing her actions and what repercussions may come of them. If Nike were to pull out the manufacturing operation in Asia, many people would be in a worse position - they would have no jobs." Traub-Werner takes a different perspective on that argument:"Is it enough to create jobs, or are we looking for jobs that are fair and decent? I'd like to inugine a world where there were more than two options, exploitation or starvation." The Carolina Review, a campus conservative journal, often comments on student activists and issues. Traub- Werner and the Nike debate were no exceptions. Emeritus publisher Bill Heeden ' 99 said the debate evolved from the political atmosphere at Carolina. "Ms. Traub-Werner is not alone," he said."There are hundreds ofstudents at UNC who subscribe to the misguided notion that there is some sort ofso- called social justice to be found in attacking corporate America. This two- dimensional thinking is best represented by the ultra-liberal and even socialist student groups who believe corporations are to blame for the ills ofsociety. They clamor for attention with protests and bullhorns, but rarely, if ever, do they solve any problems." Charlie Kernaghan, director of the National Labor Committee, put her work into perspective. "How this whole thing started was at UNC and at schools like George- town and Duke;' Kernaghan said."This is the strongest human rights move- ment today, and UNC deserves enor- mous credit; its role was enormous.
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