Common Market: Workers of the World, Travel!

Never before in Western Europe have so many journeyed so far with just one object: jobs. And never before have the job seekers been so successful. The spectacular Common Market boom has created millions of new jobs, and even common laborers are the most eagerly hunted, gently coddled, widely traveled wage slaves in history.

In the Dutch town of Almelo last week, 13 Spanish girls worked in a garment factory by day, at night retired to a private guesthouse under the guard of six nuns. The textile mills of chilly Yorkshire were...

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