Southern Crop

Southern Crop

The US Can Grow Its Own Farm Workers

The tide of globalism, is, according to economists, a train that has already left the station. The neoliberal consensus, shared by both Republicans and Democrats alike over the past few decades has been that so-called ‘free trade’ is the solution to economic growth in American. But globalism also has its discontents, none less acknowledged than the American farm worker.

 

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