Labor's outcasts : migrant farmworkers and unions in North America, 1934-1966 /
"In the mid-twentieth century, corporations consolidated control over agriculture on the backs of Mexican migrant laborers through a guestworker system called the Bracero Program. The National Agricultural Workers Union (NAWU) attempted to organize these workers but met with utter indifference...
University of Illinois Press,
|Series:||Working class in American history.