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El Malcriado newspaper staff interviewed Cesar Chavez. During the interview he discussed the history of the movement, the legal challenges, and various obstacles they faced. He also talked about the effectiveness of nonviolent resistance practices and how they have evolved overtime.
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"United Farm Workers Leader Talks with El Malcriado Newspaper: Líder de Trabajadores Agrícolas Unidos Hablan con el Periódico El Malcriado" (1974). Subjects. 264.