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The article on the left side explains the inhumane living conditions of farm workers. They compared their working and living conditions to a working as part of a "slave system." The article on the right side explains that a judge in Pittsburg prohibits individuals boycotting and singing. If they do sing they where subject to arrest. In Pittsburgh the United Farm Workers Union faced opposition, and in Hawaii state legislature endorsed the grape boycott.
Senators, Florida, poverty, proberza, labor camps, farm workers, children, niños, Pittsburgh, judge, jùez, huelga, strike, boycott, Hawaii, United Farm Workers Union, Cesar Chavez, union contracts, agricultural businesses, Central California
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"Senators View Florida Poverty & Pittsburgh Judge Forbids Strike Songs: Los Senadores ven la Pobreza en Florida y El Jùez de Pittsburgh Prohíbe las Canciones de Huelga" (1969). States. 15.