Haitian Immigration to Quebec

@article{Jadotte1977HaitianIT,
  title={Haitian Immigration to Quebec},
  author={Herard Jadotte},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={1977},
  volume={7},
  pages={485 - 500}
}
Since the end of World War II, international migrations of labor have become one of the most immediately visible phenomena of capitalist expansion. But until the present time one could barely begin to project beyond a strict interpretation of this migration, as a simple shift of manpower, to the inner meaning of a complex and developing reality. There is no doubt that the economic as well as legal and cultural struggles of these waves of workers have been one of the determining elements of some… 

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