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The pro-Walmart side included John Tierney, contributing Editor to City Journal and Contributing Science Columnist to The opposition team was helmed by Nelson Liechtenstein, Professor of History, University of California Santa Barbara, Senior Faculty Member at the Center for the Study of Work, Labor, and Democracy, and author of and Amy Traub, Associate Director of Policy and Research at Demos.
The Points In Favor of Walmart The audience seemed to be primed to side with Walmart.
I was recently invited by an organization called Intelligence Squared US to observe a debate on an important subject.
The debate organizers put together four debaters in two teams of two who gave the audience the pros and cons of the statement "Long Live Walmart." Each of the debaters was a well-spoken academic who’d spent many hours studying Walmart and even writing books about it.