Immigrant Labor and Racial Conflict in Industrial Societies: The French and British Experience, 1945-1975

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Immigrant Labor and Racial Conflict in Industrial Societies: The French and British Experience, 1945-1975

By Gary P. Freeman
Princeton University Press, 1979
362 pp. $20.00
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Neither Britain nor France is typical of other countries in its relations to immigrant labor. Nevertheless, this well-documented study of the two countries' contrasting political reactions, economic policies and administrative methods adds a good bit to our understanding of what may well be a continuing and troublesome issue for rich industrial countries.

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