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Arnold Miller was the president of the United Mine Workers Union (UMW). He demonstrated his support regarding the grape boycott and the members of his union who participated in those efforts. El Malcriado had the honor to interview Mr. Miller. Included are the question the staff asked and his responses to issues the UMW and labor movement faced.
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"Interview: Arnold Miller: Entrevista con Arnold Miller" (1973). Activists. 74.