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The Scab

One who gives more value for the same price than another.

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Film review: Champ of the Camp

The first ever feature-length documentary filmed in the UAE's controversial labor camps

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Offshoring

Reassessing the Rhetoric of Ineluctability

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Amazon & Whole Foods, Summer Jobs, and Gerrymandering

Past Present: Episode 89

In this week’s episode, Natalia, Niki, and Neil debate Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods, the disappearing teen summer job, and the politics of gerrymandering.

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The Discontinuous Borders of the European Union

Migrants, refugees, and the labor market

The powerful image of thousands of migrants marching together on the motorway between Budapest and Vienna, in the first week of September, is one of those images capable of symbolizing a turning point. It made visible the utter failure of the European policies on immigration and political asylum, while symbolizing the ongoing open contestation of the borders of Fortress Europe. As a part of this …

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