Here’s what you’ll find in the latest OtherWords editorial package. This week, Andrew Korfhage calls on Congress to get chocolate companies to stop using suppliers that rely on enslaved child labor. And Jim Hightower explains that despite our country’s exorbitant nation-building efforts in Afghanistan it remains the world’s biggest producer of poppies–the main ingredient in heroin. Get all this and more in your inbox by subscribing to our weekly newsletter. If you haven’t signed up yet, please do.

  1. Who Cleans the Windows of Glass Houses? / Raul A. Reyes
  2. Big Chocolate’s Child Slavery Addiction / Andrew Korfhage
  3. Sheriff Joe Arpaio: A Modern-Day Bull Connor / Marc Morial
  4. Big Food’s Blame Game / Leslie Samuelrich
  5. Tied to the Tracks / Donald Kaul
  6. Pop Goes Our Anti-Poppy Policy in Afghanistan / Jim Hightower
  7. It’s Still Not Easy to Die Peacefully / William A. Collins
  8. Whitman’s House / Khalil Bendib
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