How is the problem resolved in Sweat?
Quick answer:The characters in Sweat have very difficult problems. They have to deal with economic problems and discrimination, too. The economic problems come from the factory closing down, because the owner wants to move his business out of the country. Some people lose their jobs when this happens. Others are told that they can stay employed at the plant, but they must do jobs that are different from what they used to do. While some people want to keep their old jobs, others want to get new ones where they can earn more money. Some people who don’t like the new jobs go on strike; others cross the picket lines and keep working for a company that is now owned by another person who moved it overseas.
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