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The article on the left side was written by Antonio Oredain where he explains why law and justice in the United States is not impartial. He states that if it was impartial police officers in the photographs would not have taken pictures of all the individuals picketing. The article on the right side was written by Jaime Reyes Sanchez where he describes a few elections where the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee endorsed Humphrey and Carston. Included is also an image of Cesar Chavez bedridden speaking with Alan Cranston. At the time, Alan Cranston was running for United States Senate.
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El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"Impartial Justice, UFWOC for Humphrey & Endorsements: Justicia Imparcial, UFWOC para Humphrey & Endosos" (1968). United States Government. 11.