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Summary Ì Undocumented Lives ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ In the 1970s the Mexican government acted to alleviate rural unemployment by supporting the migration of able bodied men Millions crossed into the United States to find work that would help them survive as well as sustain their families in Mexico They took loPite crossing the border many times they managed to belong to communities on both sides of it Ironically the US immigration crackdown of the mid 1980s disrupted these flows forcing many migrants to remain north of the border permanently for fear of not being able to return to work For them the United States became known as the jaula de oro the cage of gold Undocumented Lives tells the story of Mexicans who have been used and abused by the broader economic and political policies of Mexico and the United States. This book was really cleanly done and really interesting She looked at a defining period in US Mexico immigration history post Bracero 1960s 1980s from all of the facets in explaining shifts in Mexican policy US policy and by fundamentally focusing on the individual lives of migrants and the family they left behind

Undocumented LivesPite crossing the border many times they managed to belong to communities on both sides of it Ironically the US immigration crackdown of the mid 1980s disrupted these flows forcing many migrants to remain north of the border permanently for fear of not being able to return to work For them the United States became known as the jaula de oro the cage of gold Undocumented Lives tells the story of Mexicans who have been used and abused by the broader economic and political policies of Mexico and the United States. This book was really cleanly done and really interesting She looked at a defining period in US Mexico immigration history post Bracero 1960s 1980s from all of the facets in explaining shifts in Mexican policy US policy and by fundamentally focusing on the individual lives of migrants and the family they left behind

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Undocumented Lives é Ernments The fruits of their labor were needed in both places and yet neither country made them feel welcomeAna Rauel Minian explores this uniue chapter in the history of Mexican migration Undocumented Lives draws on private letters songs and oral testimony to recreate the experience of circular migration which reshaped communities in the United States and Mexico While migrants could earn for themselves and their families in the US they needed to return to Mexico to reconnect with their homes periodically Des. Enjoyed this until I got to the solutions sections Advocating that people pop labels on food isnt going to change neoliberalist systems Otherwise I enjoyed that the thinly veiled pseudonyms of the local business landscape will allow me to choose food wisely And I want to visit farms to see if they've made any progress in addressing humanworkers' rights abuses in the last decade Looking at you Sakuma Brothers Inc review ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Ana Raquel Minian

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Ana Raquel Minian ´ 9 Read In the 1970s the Mexican government acted to alleviate rural unemployment by supporting the migration of able bodied men Millions crossed into the United States to find work that would help them survive as well as sustain their families in Mexico They took low level positions that few Americans wanted and sent money back to communities that depended on their support But as US authorities pursued aggressive anti immigrant measures migrants found themselves caught between the economic interests of competing gov. This book focuses on migrants between the 1965 Immigration Laws and the 1986 Reagan Amnesty The author is comprehensive she covers motivations social and economic lives public policy in both countries migrant social clubs or activist organization the development of transnational families and communities the impact of migration on non migrants rhetoric around migration the daily lives of migrants the role of gender race and sexual orientation I really liked that 1 the author had an appendix that explored methodology sampling the choices behind the sources used and their reliability and 2 that the author did not stop at 1986 but instead used the last chapter to continue her analysis up into the Trump Administration