Sasha Khokha


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Community and Labor Relations: The INS Plays the “Good Cop”

Khokha relates the “interior enforcement strategy” of the INS to human rights violations of migrants within the U.S. proper. The author’s evidence and analysis support the position that current border enforcement policy and practice benefit U.S. employers and further the divide between undocumented workers and U.S.-born workers. Moreover, the de facto stratified workforce negatively affects the position of all workers.

immigration, labor relations, Indians in the United States, United States — Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States — immigration policy, United States — race relations

Citation: Social Justice Vol. 28, No. 2 (2001): 93-95