Download Full Text (5.5 MB)
El Malcriado newspaper recognized international labor movements. Included are articles describing workers battles in France, Spain, England, Brazil, South Africa, Chile, North Ireland, and Uruguay. They fought against oppression, injustices, and illegal action.
Workers, France, factory workers, bankruptcy, administrators, police, violence, skilled laborers, london, Portuguese, villagers, GIs, Nixon administration, Monterey County, California, United States Naval Postgraduate School, South Africa, University of California, black slaves, Apartheid, Uruguay, strike, dictatorship, protests, dissolution, Maria Bordaberry, Senator Enrico Erro, Tupamaro, Guerillas, military, National Convention of Labor, Spain. Chile, Brazil, North Ireland, delegation, Motor Iberica, ministry of labor, churches, political consciousness, fascism, Belfast, republican movement, Special Air Services, Santiago, unity, public campaign, Popular Unity, right wing, left-wing, terrorists, killings, murder, bombs, chielean, President Allende, Brazil Information Bulletin, United States Militia, troops
France, Spain, Brazil, Chile, England, South Africa, North Ireland, Uruguay
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"International News: Noticias Internacionales" (1973). Subjects. 206.