Table of contents for Illegal people : how globalization creates migration and criminalizes immigrants / David Bacon.

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Preface				0
Chapter One¿Making Work a Crime	0
Merry Christmas. You¿re fired.
How the Housekeepers Saw It
The Smithfield Raids: Overt Union-Busting
Chapter Two¿Why Did We Come?		00
Flight from Oaxaca
Battles in the Mines
Chapter Three¿Displacement and Migration	00
Forcing People into the Migrant Stream
The Sensenbrenner Family Business
Migrant Labor: An Indispensable Part of a Global System
The Profitability of Undocumented Labor
Chapter Four¿Fast Track to the Past			00
Not Enough Workers!
Modern-day Braceros
How Corporations Won the Debate on Immigration Reform
Chapter Five¿Which Side Are You On?		000
Paolo Freire on LA¿s Mean Streets
Los Angeles: Class War¿s Ground Zero
The Story of Ana Martinez
Immigration Enforcement Becomes a Weapon to Stop Unions
Operation Vanguard
Immigrant Workers Ask Labor: ¿Which Side Are You On?¿
Chapter Six¿Blacks Plus Immigrants Plus Unions Equals Power	000
Mississippi Battleground
Katrina: Window on a Nightmare
The Common Ground of Jobs and Rights
Remedy the Past¿s Injustice
People in the Streets Want More
Chapter Seven¿Illegal People or Illegal Work?		000
Illegal Means Not European and Not White
Fighting Second-Class Status
Silicon Valley¿s High-Tech Sweatshops
¿What Future for Our Children?¿
Chapter Eight¿Whose New World Order?			000
High Skills and Low Salaries
From Guest Worker to German Citizen
Suppressing Asylum Seekers While Promoting ¿Managed Migration¿
Mode 4 and the UN Convention on the Rights of Migrants
Transnational Communities: A New Definition of Citizenship

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Alien labor -- United States.
Alien labor -- Developing countries.
Globalization -- Economic aspects.
Globalization -- Social aspects.
Labor policy -- United States.
Labor movement -- United States.
Labor unions -- United States.
Illegal aliens -- United States.