Immigration Reform and Perishable Crop Agriculture

Compliance or Circumvention?

By Sandra Amendola and Monica Heppel on June 9, 1992

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This is the first nationwide study of the effects of the Immigration Reform and Control Act on agriculture. This benchmark study provides both case studies and surveys to explain the major reason why IRCA was a case of good intentions gone awry. Contributors: Shirley Buzzard, Frederick J. Conway, Robert C. Smith, and Suzanne Vaupel.

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