Analysis Of Immigrants In David Bacon´s The Right To Stay Home

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Within a neoliberal perspective, David Bacon’s The Right to Stay Home argues that immigrants became an economic tool rather than seen as human beings. The creation of drastic economic situations forces migration. Migrants are an essential component of neoliberal economies that seek a fast-paced growth without many questions asked (Orr, 2014). The amount of questions not being asked from “ordinary people,” the amount of “ordinary wages” not paid to foreigners and the constant supply of foreign labor cheap seems to be a strong incentive to maintain certain migration policies that aim to keep the inflow of foreign workers. In these terms, neoliberal globalization allowed states to have a hand over the masses of labor and allowed corporates to
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