Publication Date

Winter 2008

Abstract

[Excerpt] Morristown brings to life the human element missing from the political and legal analysis of the issues presented in this symposium issue. The hour-long documentary takes us back and forth from an Eastern Tennessee region that has seen a rapid influx of Mexican immigrants to the villages and factory zones in Mexico where these immigrants started their journeys. The alternation has a powerful, accelerating effect for the contrasts it portrays but also for the similarities of globalization's effects on working people in both countries.

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Suggested Citation
Compa, L. (2008). Think globally, film locally [Review of the Ann Lewis film Morristown] [Electronic version]. Cornell International Law Journal, 41, 139-142. http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/191/

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