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George G. Higgins, a clergyman, details the solidarity that was built to support farm workers' rights. He also provides his viewpoint on the efforts of the Teamsters union to undermine the efforts of Cesar Chavez, farm workers and volunteers to improve the working conditions of the working poor. Also included are the efforts of Emiliano Zapata, Mexican revolutionary, who to fought against police who treated farm workers with a high degree of violence.
George G, Higgins, Clergymen, United Farm Workers, California, Frank Fitzsimmons, Cesar Chavez, workers, collective bargaining, farm workers, religion, public records, labor dispute, Bishop Committee on Farm labor, boycotts, lettuce, grape, Catholics, Jewish Leaders, endorsements, Emiliano Zapata, police, abuse, campecinos, controversy, Protestants
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"Teamsters Claims Prove False & Emiliano Zapata: Las Afirmaciones de Teamsters Resultan Falsas y Emiliano Zapata" (1973). Subjects. 241.