A Canadian Reader Points To an Earlier Example Of Cheap Labor


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01/04/11 – First They Came For The Janitors…

From:
A Canadian Reader
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Re: “Engineer in Alabama”`s letter
First They Came For
The Janitors…

I read
“Engineer in
Alabama”
`s letter today. I agree. But I would
mention it was the South that originally

started
the whole cheap labor problem with

Negro slavery.



James
Fulford
writes:


I see your point, although I
would say that it was not the South as a whole, but
rich, plantation-owning cheap labor enthusiasts within
the South–at the time, they were referred to as the "Slave Power". The modern
parallel would be
wealthy industrialists
and

agribusiness
types.


And look how that turned out!
First there was a great Civil War, with
600, 000 dead,
then

Reconstruction
, then a hundred years of turmoil and
oppression, until the modern Civil Rights movement,
fifty
years
of

different

turmoil
and

oppression
.


And now the descendents of
the

African slaves of the 1850s
are the first victims of
modern-day immigration.