rightless


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rightless

(ˈraɪtləs)
adj
lacking rights
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They were opposed to capitalism and the modern state, but were created out of it, as capitalism created the means by which workers were thrust into a global labour market as "unprotected, and rightless proletarians" (Marx 1867; De Genova 2010, 56).
This incorporation, however, leaves undocumented immigrants "free, unprotected, [and] rightless.
The coming forward statements about the deficiency of highly qualified, educated personnel, more often are declarations, as the business in its predominating part is absolutely not ready to use such specialists at the valid, effective level, adapting them to the position the rightless, poorly paid, and consequently weakly motivated <<office employees>>.