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This book responds to global tendencies toward increasingly restrictive border controls and populist movements targeting migrants for violence and exclusion. Informed by Marxist theory, it challenges standard narratives about immigration. Using Britain as a case study, Vickers examines how the current categories have been constructed and mobilized to facilitate capitalist exploitation. The book uses ideas from grassroots activism to propose alternative understandings of the relationship between borders, migration, and class that provide a basis for solidarity.

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OPC P52J7M5
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Codes 1529201810 (ISBN-10)
9781529201819 (ISBN)
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