Immigrant Workers in the United States (Part 1)
Against The Current vol. 127

Moody, Kim

Publisher:  Against The Current
Date Written:  01/03/2007
Year Published:  2007  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX14445

The rise of mass immigration in much of the developed world began its acceleration with the global economic crisis of the 1970s. A deepening crisis of profitability; the collapse of the Bretton Woods currency system; and the recession of 1974-75 encouraged an acceleration of foreign direct investment, the rise of multinational corporations, and the subsequent increase in trade.

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