Hahamovitch shows Programs by 1960s Cuba to Florida Hahamovitch shows that there was a lot of criticism of guest worker programs by the 1960s.
Who were the critics? Why did these programs survive? Would you say there was a single US interest, whether in maintaining or abolishing them? At the end of your post, indicate one new question that the reading raised for you. Governments around the world are embracing guestworkers as a flexible labor force. The untold story of 1960s-era strike wave among Caribbean sugarcane cutters in Florida shows how the longest-running US guestworker program – the H2 Program – has functioned.