Few issues have provoked as much controversy over the last decade as illegal immigration. While some argue for the need to seal America's borders and withdraw social and governmental support for illegal migrants, others argue for humanitarian treatment--including legalization--for people who fill needs in American industry and agriculture and have left situations of economic hardship or political persecution. The study of illegal immigration confronts a broad range of migrants--from the familiar border crossers to those who enter illegally and overstay their visas, to unrecognized refugees who seek protection under U.S. asylum law. This book provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of this volatile subject.A Reference Handbook David W. Haines, Karen Elaine Rosenblum ... In the Northeast, Midwest, and Southeast, where family farms predominate, farmers tend to outnumber farmworkers, and both groups are largely non-Hispanic whites . One farming subsector, however, is different: fruit and nut, vegetable and melon, and horticultural specialty (FVH) farms, such ... An 1 890s California fruit grower would be baffled by todaya#39;s pesticides and computer- operated irrigation systems but veryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Illegal Immigration in America|
|Author||:||David W. Haines, Karen Elaine Rosenblum|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1999-01-01|