cheaper something is to make, the bigger profit one can get." Many
businesses believe this, no matter how adversely they affect others.
With this type of thinking, businesses try to reduce their cost of production
by employing people at low wages and for many hours. In the United States,
it is unlikely that businesses are able to open up many sweatshops because
the laws are strict, people are educated, and people know that there
are jobs that would pay more. But in third world countries, it is a
different story. Poor countries are unable to provide neither monetary
support nor federally funded benefits for those in need like welfare
in the United States. Therefore, the only solution is to allow children
to work to support their families or to starve or live without a home.