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Summer 2005

Immigration and work in the global economy: Jacqueline Bhabha on protecting rights, not borders; Jennifer Gordon on organizing workers across country lines; Joseph H. Carens on what we owe people who stay.

Howard Zinn on myths of American exceptionalism; Noam Chomsky explores the universals of language and rights; James Longebach on John Ashbery.

 

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Crossing the Border
Reforming Immigration Policy

START BY PROTECTING RIGHTS, NOT BORDERS
JACQUELINE BHABHA

American Sweatshops

ORGANIZING WORKERS IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
JENNIFER GORDON

On Belonging

WHAT WE OWE PEOPLE WHO STAY
JOSEPH H. CARENS


Essays

What We Know
On the universals of language and rights
Noam Chomsky
The Power and the Glory
Myths of American exceptionalism
Howard Zinn
Fear No Freedom
The human-rights movement’s dilemma
William F. Schulz
No Peace, No War
Have international donors failed Sri Lanka’s most vulnerable?
Alan Keenan
Dreamoirs
Marian Marzynski

On Poetry

Poetry Is Poetry

On John Ashbery
James Longenbach

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