Publication Date

January 2002


"Since the founding days of the Republic, the relationship between American unionism and mass immigration has been contentious. No issue has caused the labor movement more agony and irony. It is no surprise, therefore, that throughout its history the American labor movement has sought to influence U.S. immigration policy."


Suggested Citation
Briggs, V. M., Jr. (2002). At a crossroad: Immigration reform and American unionism. The Social Contract, 12, 122-125.

Required Publisher Statement
Copyright by The Social Contract.