When Jews Sweat Labor
BROOKLYN -- In a cold and windowless Williamsburg factory that houses the S&W Knitting Mill, the garment workers -- mostly Hispanic women -- smile as their boss, Issachar Weiss, walks through. "It's a real nice place," one employee tells a visiting reporter. But after work, when the bosses aren't around, workers tell a different story. "We want a free union," one worker says in Spanish. "But they won't let us have one."