32" x 40"
It is hard to tell exactly what year it is by looking at this picture.
No, this is not the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory that burst into flames
in 1911. This is a depiction of a factory in the 1990's, eighty years
later. With the advent of Unions and Labor laws beginning in the 1920's,
the sweat shops went underground. Nowadays, under the aegis of the Global
Economy, sweat shops are still alive and well here and in other countries
where wages are cheapened but the misery is still the same. The difference
is high profile companies pocket a larger profit with designer shirts
commanding prices that are typically $40 to $200 each. It makes you wonder
where the term "fashion conscience" comes from.