Posts Tagged ‘Mexican immigrants’

Beyond the Border: The Partition of Mexico Revisited

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

This argument against guest worker programs offers a clear alternative.

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Reclaiming Their Stolen Birthright — Mexicans in the American Southwest

Sunday, June 24th, 2012

History is being rewritten in the American Southwest — the growing Mexican population is reclaiming their birthright denied by the US conquest and partition of Mexico 165 years ago.  When it finds its voice, this community will be a power to be reckoned with.

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http://combatingglobalization.com/articles/Reclaiming_Their_Stolen_Birthright.html

The North American Free Movement of Citizens (FMC) Agreement — Comment

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

Prevailing neoliberal economic policies allow transnational corporations to use international borders to capture labor markets and control the migration of labor, enabling big capital to pit the workers of one nation against those of another — a zero-sum game for all working people.  This fundamental predicament of labor in the modern world, which is creating historic levels of inequality, can only be contested by linking the demand for the free movement of labor to the established practices of free trade. The North American Free Movement of Citizens (FMC) Agreement voices the demand for recognizing the free movement of labor in the territories of the NAFTA signatory nations.

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