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    :: Wednesday, December 28, 2005 ::

    Degrees in hand, factory workers' children go south - third of 5 parts, by Kortney Stringer, Detroit Free Press
    Charles Tucker, who knew his sons blamed his dirty, factory job on his back pain and other problems, said Andrew's decision boils down to not wanting to work in the factory. 'He just didn't want to get dirty,' he said. 'He and his brother thought the industry broke me down.'

    Charles Tucker's dreams already had been deflated, but the final blow came when Andrew accepted a position as an internal auditor in Wal-Mart's logistics division and moved to northwest Arkansas 13 months after his brother did.
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