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ARTICLE ANALYSIS:LIFE WITHOUT ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
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This 3-page paper is an analysis of a New York Times article, “The Nation: A New Order: Imagining Life without Illegal Immigrants” (which ran January 11, 2004). The paper focuses on the concept of illegal immigration and how it impacts the economy.
Filename: MTnytana.rtf

Australian Activism/Gay & Labor Rights
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A 12 page research paper that examines the current conservative political trend in Australia and how it affects both the gay and labor movements. The writer gives a synopsis of current and historical issues in regards to both of these movements in Australia before discussing possible reactive strategies to conservatism in regards to political activism. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: khauspa.rtf

Banana Trade Wars
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13 pages in length. Big business has long infiltrated the economically restricted world of independent merchants; once a product is deemed significant enough to warrant high profit for low investment, corporate heads begin to turn. Such is the case with the recent banana trade wars that have pitted large operations against small communities where banana production represents the sole method of survival. Clearly, at the crux of the banana trade wars resides the issue of money; however, the manner by which big corporations are virtually stripping certain societies of their only means of durability brings to light a much more important issue: ethics. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCbanan.wps

Bases for Persistent Income Discrepancies
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A 7 page paper discussing possible reasons for the wide discrepancy of income levels in the US. Though there are many factors, much of the issue involves risk. As in the stock market, the higher the risk of a venture, the higher the return. Factory workers and teachers, notoriously low-paid, typically have assumed very little risk in their professions, while a pro sport star could suffer a career-ending injury at any time. There is no question that income levels in the US are absurdly skewed, but it also is fitting that those with the most to lose also see the greatest rewards. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Salaries.wps

Book Review / "The Fragile Bridge -- Paterson Silk Strike of 1913"
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A 6 page paper on this event in labor history as described by Steven Golin in his 1988 book. The writer describes the conditions which led to the unorganized strike by silk workers, who were subsequently supported by the IWW and intellectuals of the time. Full citation is provided for the book.
Filename: Silkstk.doc

Book Review / The Importance of Labor in the U.S. Economy
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This 4 page essay reviews Boyer, Boyer & Morais' book entitled "Labor's Untold Story." For the most part, the work discusses the important and ever-changing role that labor has played in the U.S. economy from the 19th century onward. No Bibliography.
Filename: Laborhis.wps

Braverman and Skill
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A 9 page paper which discusses the book, "'Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century" by Harry Braverman in its approach to the subject of skill in relationship to technology and the workforce. Bibliography lists 5 additional sources.
Filename: RAbravrmn.wps

Bruce Springsteen's Serenade To Labor
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A 7 page paper relating the singer's songs to the plight of the Americal Labor Movement. Shortly after Billy Joel sang of the woes of 'Allentown,' the story of hard-working Pennsylvania steel mill employees in the early 1980s, Bruce Springsteen was making himself hugely rich and incomparably famous with some of the most overtly political music in pop history. In the mid-1990s, the Springsteen message has moved from the focus of the laid-off factory worker to that of the poor immigrant needing work in whatever form. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Springst.wps


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