Bigger boxes: the battle over America's superstores
Produced by Nick Nordquist, Elizabeth Southwell
Directed by Nick Nordquist, Al Cutler
Premiere Date: 21 Sept. 2004
Length: 60 min.
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No Obvious Mormon Elements
The first part of this program is a national overview of the economic and environmental impact that "big box" retail stores, such as Wal-Mart, have on local communities in the United States. Controversies surrounding the introduction of Wal-Mart stores into California communities serve as illustrations. The second part of this program is a special report of the controversies surrounding the introduction of Wal-Mart and other superstores into Utah communities like Centerville and Sandy. A panel discussion highlights the issues in the debate in the Special report.
Special report panel moderator, John Daley; Special report panel, George Fisher, Warren Pettey, Greg Bell, Steve Harmsen.
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HBLL Call No: VCMM 3
Film Editor: Nick Nordquist
Distributor: KUED TV
Total Queries: 15. Total Execution Time: 0.013 sec.
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