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Today's migrant worker: life in shadows of opulence

Julian Aleman departed Nantucket on a ferry after working on the island. Julian Aleman departed Nantucket on a ferry after working on the island. (rob benchley for the boston globe)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / December 3, 2008

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Julian Aleman spends winters in Myrtle Beach or Boca Grande. He summers in Nantucket and Kennebunkport. And while his journeys might sound like a glitzy advertisement off the pages of a travel magazine, his lifestyle is not in the least about leisure. (Full article: 1131 words)

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