Maquiladoras and Migration Workers in the Mexico-United States Border Industrialization Program
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Author: Mitchell A. Seligson and Edward J. Williams
Publisher: Mexico-United States Border Research Program, The University of Texas at Austin
Description: Softcover. 202 pages.
Condition: Covers show some light shelf wear and scuffing.
Dust Jacket: None as published.
Contents: This book is a systematic examination of the maquiladora industry, an outgrowth of the United States-Mexico Border Industrialization Program. Covers the following areas:
Characteristics of the Maquiladora Workers
Migration to the United States
The Interior Component of the Border Industrialization Program
Conclusions and Recommendations
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