Johnson, James H., Jr. (2003). The Changing Face of Poverty in North Carolina, 1970-2001. Popular Government, 68(3)
North Carolina is widely recognized as a hub of international commerce and “transnational population movements” (movements of people from other countries, especially Mexico and other parts of Latin America). Emblematic of its enlarged role in the world economy, the state’s aggressive efforts to recruit U.S.–based
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