Charles Horner is a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, specializing in China and its relationship with the increasingly globalized world. Formerly of the Reagan and first Bush administrations, he is the author of Rising China and Its Postmodern Fate, which was nominated for the Joseph Levenson Prize of the Association of Asian Studies. He is also the father of
Abusive labor practices were uncovered at Foxconn, the massive electronics supplier that produces many Apple Computer products, after a recent Fair Labor Association investigation. So why were employees used to working 70 to 80 hours a week angry after Foxconn announced it would limit the work week to 49 hours?