In search of the good life

Taylor, Rupert J.
December 1994
Canada & the World Backgrounder;1994, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p27
States that many people are moving from the impoverished South to the rich North where they live on the margins of society. Definitions of the push and pull effects; How many migrant workers from Africa go to Italy each year to work in late summer harvest fields. INSET: Prosperity charter (the UN Human Development Report).


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