A work which traces the development of US Government programmes designed to help migrant farm workers, showing how the programmes operate today and explaining why they are failing to remedy the problems they were designed to solve.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Introduction: Sisyphus in the Fields -- Migrant Farm Workers in U.S. Agriculture -- The Development of Migrant Assistance Programs -- Coordination Among Migrant Assistance Programs -- National Coordination -- Data and Definitions -- The Endless Quest in the 1990s -- Recommendation 92–4 of the Administrative Conference of the United States 1 C.F.R. §305.92–4 (1993) -- Migrant Services Directory (October 1992) -- Farm Labor Data -- Glossary of Acronyms
Philip Martin is Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis, and Chair of the University of California's 60 member Comparative Immigration and Integration Program.