United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects, Foreign workers -- Economic aspects -- United States, United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy
Industries such as agriculture, service, health care, construction, and meat packing and processing have relied heavily on immigrant labor and have voiced opposition to the restrictive immigration reform passed recently by the House of Representatives which would provide no amnesty, no path to legalization, and which would reduce the number of worker visas. Other industries and coalitions favor tighter border security and punitive action toward undocumented immigrants and those who hire them. I propose that the position these businesses take toward immigration reform is more a response to globalization than one of nativism.
Faculty Mentor: Johanna Brenner
"Nativism or Response to Globalization? Business Reaction to Immigration Reform,"
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1, Article 18.