Are Chain Stores Ruining America?

Are Chain Stores Ruining America?

Book - 2006
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As numerous chain stores are established in towns and cities across America, some people lament the loss of the small mom and pop shops that are sometimes unable to compete with the larger outlets. Other people, however, welcome chain stores with their wide variety of products and services, job opportunites and often lower prices. The authors in this anthology debate the benefits and drawbacks of the growing numbers of chain stores in America.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2006
ISBN: 9780737730968
073773096X
9780737730951
0737730951
Branch Call Number: 381.12 A678
381 Are
381.12 A678
Characteristics: 87 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Engdahl, Kirsten 1974-

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