Glengarry Glen Ross is a two act play that examines the impact of capitalism and greed on people's ethics. The play is critical of common business practices. A team of three salesmen and one office manager regularly try to sell unwanted land at inflated prices. One month, their bosses introduce a contest. Whoever has the highest sales wins a car, while the others are fired. The team stoops to low levels to make sales, including stealing the list of leads from the office and selling it to a competitor.

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