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79) Based on this definition, consignments to a merchant who was not generally known to be substantially consigning goods would fall outside of Article 9.
For example, consigning versus purchasing original artwork is a controversial--and often distressing--issue between artists and galleries.
But what is the moral justification for displacing native workers and consigning recent immigrants, legal or otherwise, to a life of poverty in low-wage, dead-end jobs, so that agribusinesses may increase their profits while the average American saves mere pennies at the supermarket?