Migrant Workers and Federal Programs

May 1973
Monthly Labor Review;May73, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p53
Academic Journal
Reports on the impact of major federal programs on improving living conditions of migrant and other seasonal farmworkers in the U.S. Amount of funds available in relation to the total target population; Magnitude of migrant's problems that limited the program's efficiency.


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