Forbidden workers: Illegal Chinese Immigrants and American labor
- Edmund F. Wehrle
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specializing in American foreign relations. He holds a Ph.D. in American History from the University of Maryland at College Park (1998). His undergraduate work was at the University of Toronto. His dissertation “Reprehensible Repercussions”: The AFL-CIO, Free Trade Unionism, and the Vietnam War, 1947–1975, deals with the AFL-CIO’s strong support for the Vietnam War and its efforts to mentor a nascent labor movement in South Vietnam. His current projects include revising his manuscript for publication and a shorter study of American labor movement and the military-industrial complex.
- Forbidden Workers:Illegal Chinese Immigrants and American Labor. Peter Kwong, (New York: Free Press, 1997), 288 pp, $24 (cloth) $14.95 (paper).
- Forbidden workers: Illegal Chinese Immigrants and American labor
Journal of Chinese Political Science
Volume 6, Issue 2 , pp 103-105
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- 1. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois