Opening the Archives: Legacies of the Bracero Program

September 2016
Dialogo;Fall2016, Vol. 19 Issue 2, preceding p2
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the legacies and history of the Bracero Program in the U.S. in the 20th century. Topics include the strategic action for the country's agricultural industry, creation of a guest worker program as the solution to the labor shortage, and Mexican migration to the country. Information regarding the rates of undocumented migration and braceros is also provided.


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