Cover of: Migrant and seasonal farmworker powerlessness. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Migratory Labor.

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Table of Contents

Contents: pt. 1. Who are the migrants?
pt. 2. The migrant subculture.
pt. 3, A-B. Efforts to organize. 2 v.
pt. 4, A-B. Farmworker legal problems. 2 v.
pt. 5, A-B. Border commuter labor problem. 2 v.
pt. 6, A-C. Pesticides and the farmworker. 3 v.
pt. 7, A-B. Manpower and economic problems. 2 v.
pt. 8, A-C. Who is responsible? 3 v.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.
Hearings held June 9, 1969-July 24, 1970.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
331.5/44/0973
Library of Congress
KF26 .L3655 1969

The Physical Object

Pagination
8 pts. in 16 v. (vi, 6316 p.)
Number of pages
6316

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Open Library
OL4693352M
Internet Archive
migrantseasonalf01unit
LCCN
77607666

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