Reading List on history of guest worker laws in U.S.
Resources used for “History of guest workers laws in the U.S”
Educational talk by Lois Danks at Stop The Checkpoints meeting on Jan. 9, 2010 in Sequim, WA
Illegal People: How globalization creates migration and criminalizes immigrants, by David Bacon, Beacon Press, Boston, 2008
They Take Our Jobs and 20 other Myths about Immigration, by Aviva Chomsky, Beacon Press, Boston 2007 (at library)
Guarding the Golden Door: American immigration policy and Immigrants since 1882, by Roger Daniels, Hill & Wang, New York, 2004 (at library)
New Faces in New Places; The changing geography of American Immigration, Douglas S. Massey, editor, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, 2008 (at library)
There’s No Jose Here: Following the hidden lives of Mexican Immigrants, Gabriel Thompson, Nation Books, New York, 2007 (at library)
One Hemisphere Indivisible: Permanent revolution and neoliberalism in the americas, Guerry Hoddersen, Red Letter Press, Seattle, 2006 (copies available from Lois Danks for $8.00)
Viva La Raza: A History of Chicano Identity & Resistance, Yolanda Alaniz and Megan Cornish, Red Letter Press, Seattle. (www.redletterpress.com), 2008.