How guest worker programs transformed Europe

04/19/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Germany's decision in 1961 to allow unskilled Turkish immigrants into Berlin as part of a guest worker program set off a chain reaction that helped transform the population of Europe, one writer asserts. If the U.S. decides to close its borders, it could have an effect on Europe, one European parliament member says.

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