labor, immigration, employment
This comment discusses the various ways that communities that benefit from day laborers respond to the presence of the "underground" employment phenomenon. Part I provides some background into the day laborers' situation, livelihood, and legal rights. Part II discusses the competing issues faced by day laborers, as well as the issues the laborers present to community residents, employers, and the United States Government. Finally, Part III discusses the different solutions that communities confronted with day laborers have proposed and implemented, and concludes that it is in the best interests of all parties involved that communities accept day labors and accommodate them in shape up sites.
Mauricio A. Espana,
DAY LABORERS, FRIEND OR FOE: A SURVEY OF COMMUNITY RESPONSES,
30 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1979
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