chapter  5
Workers, guarantors and migration patterns
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Written contracts developed partly from the need to protect the employer from the dangers of integrating strangers into the corporate structure of the family business. The increasing need for greater supplies of industrial and commercial labor led to geographic and social mobility, in opposition to local and national government policies regarding population control. The overall effect was consistent with a labor shortage.