Labor Versus Empire: Race, Gender, Migration by Gilbert G. Gonzalez, Raul A. Fernandez, Vivian Price, David
By Gilbert G. Gonzalez, Raul A. Fernandez, Vivian Price, David Smith, Linda Trinh Võ
The essays during this assortment tackle matters major to exertions inside nearby, nationwide and overseas contexts. subject matters of the chapters will concentrate on controlled hard work migration; organizing in multi-ethnic and multi-national contexts; worldwide economics and hard work; worldwide economics and inequality; gender and exertions; racism and globalization; local exchange agreements and hard work.
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