Labour Industrial Relations

Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers Movement (Landmarks by Roger A. Bruns

By Roger A. Bruns

This ebook bargains an illuminating tale of ways social and political swap can occasionally consequence from the imaginative and prescient, management, and dedication of some committed contributors decided to not fail.

• Interviews, speeches, congressional testimony, diary entries, and firsthand memories from the early Nineteen Sixties to the present

• Profiles of fellows and ladies who performed vital management roles within the farm staff movement

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