Tuesday, May 18, 2010

thought for the day, hardly an original one...

Capital, that is companies, or corporations, can move freely across borders. Laws not only allow that, they actually encourage it. But labor, or workers, cannot move freely across borders. So immigration law is intrinsically a subordination of labor to capital, combined with a subordination of human beings to arbitrary geographic demarcations.

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