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Unions, Immigration, and Internationalization

New Challenges and Changing Coalitions in the United States and France

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Unions, Immigration, and Internationalization by Leah A. Haus
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In the first part of the 20th century, labour unions in both France and the United States tended to adopt an anti-immigration stance. Afraid that these newcomers would take jobs away from the national labour market, the unions worked against their entrance. Haus argues that this stance is no longer the case today. Through the growth of internationalization and a growing acceptance of immigration rights, union leaders now tend to support more open immigration policies. This is an account of how unions have shifted on this position from the beginning to the end of the century.

Author Biography

LEAH HAUS is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Vassar College. Her research interests are in international political economy and European politics. Dr. Haus has received a variety of fellowships, and is the author of Globalizing the Gatt: The Soviet Union's Successor States, Eastern Europe, and the International Trading System.
Release date NZ
September 17th, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
XI, 219 p.
Palgrave Macmillan
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