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Agriculture, the continued use of Puerto Ricans maintained a Spanish-speaking presence in America’s orchards and ﬁelds. While World War I stimulated the government’s intervention in agricultural and other predominantly low-wage, unskilled labor markets, it wasn’t until World War II that the government-to-government agreements were forged that eventually became the Bracero Program, between the United States and Mexico, and the British West Indies Temporary Alien Labor Program (BWITALP), between the United States and Jamaica, St.
Flagler wasn’t alone. Around the turn of the century, a ﬂedgling winter vegetable and citrus industry developed just inland from Palm Beach, an industry facilitated and served by Flagler’s railroad and the growing links between northern cities and Florida that were founded in part on networks of labor recruiters stretching from south Florida to New York (Hahamovich ). Many of the workers Flagler’s railroad brought to Florida, after failing to show up for railroad work or leaving after a few days or weeks, found work on Florida farms.
And all the time Amelia, holding her infant daughter in her arms, listened, smiling wryly, and agreed. Amelia and Carlos José have been able to resist excessive labor control through an increasing integration, or convergence, between work sites in the United States and home communities in Mexico. S. workers with those of workers from Jamaica and Mexico. Because engagement in multiple livelihoods involves increased convergence between work and home, production and reproduction, and capitalist and domestic production, temporary foreign worker programs have laid the basis for a parallel convergence between the households, networks, and neighborhoods of workers in Jamaica, Mexico, and the United States.