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Humane Migration Christine G.T. Ho, James Loucky
"Expansive in scope, Humane Migration provides an overview of the myriad topics, including hate crimes nativist settlement, state-level laws, immigrant deaths along the U.S-Mexico border, and the growing prison industry and migration, among many others. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division
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- C.M. Kovic, University of Houston - Clear Lake , CHOICE Sept 2012, Volume 50, No 1
The World Bank and the Gods of Lending Steve Berkman
"In this blistering exposé, former World Bank employee Berkman demonstrates how the World Bank's mission to 'alleviate poverty' has been derailed by corruption, a 'bloated bureaucracy' and mismanagement....His criticisms and prescriptions are clear and well-supported by scores of photocopies of internal
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- Publishers Weekly