Victory Through Despair, Cow Pies from the Growers & Far Workers Answer to Anti-Union Letter: Victoria a través de la desesperación, la respuesta de los cow pies de los cultivadores y trabajadores lejanos a la carta antisindical
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Walter Williams was a union organizer for the state of Florida. He wrote an article describing the hardships that farm workers faced and why they fought to improve their lives. The article to the right was written by Jim Horga details arguments used to deter union organization. The article below focus on addressing anti-union rhetoric.
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El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
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"Victory Through Despair, Cow Pies from the Growers & Far Workers Answer to Anti-Union Letter: Victoria a través de la desesperación, la respuesta de los cow pies de los cultivadores y trabajadores lejanos a la carta antisindical" (1973). States. 39.