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Immigrant's Weekly July 17, 2006
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Dear Weekly Editor:
In response to IW's 07/10/06 comment, it has always been a common fact, that those lower in the totem pole are those who do the hardest work, those who have the least amount of rights, and those who earn the least. Once those common truths are embark, it is inevitable to know that the lowest ranking individual in this country or any for that matter, is going to be the "alien, the foreigner." In fact, here in California, we pride in fresh fruits and vegetables, yet we all know that no one in their right mind will work those fields if not illegal aliens. Moreover, this was proven when the field workers about a decade ago were awarded work visas/green cards due to their work in the field most of them seek work elsewhere. Field work is mainly for those that do not have a choice of employment or those without papers. Otherwise, how much is the public ready to pay? Are we going to pay over $20 for a less than 1 pound watermelon like Japan does? as they work to avoid unemployment and everyone pays the price? It often seem that those who speak the most are the least educated, ignorant or least traveled. However, a distinction must be made as it is one thing to visit for a few days and another to live abroad and experience the culture and its struggles to survive.

Liz Tutton

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