Doing more with less for Indonesian migrant workers
Budi Akmal Djafar
The 1970s were the golden age for social movements, with hippies struggling against a war-torn society through the means of rock and roll music and a euphoric love for humanity. They were all in it together, for the one humbling goal of world peace.
The 1970s were actually when global migration was on the rise. Some migrants left to evade repression or rejoice with long ...
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