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Prensa Popular (vol. 1, no. 9), 1974-08


Scope and Contents

"Working conditions in S.D. flower field As related by a worker / Condiciones de trabajo en los campos de flores Relatado por un trabajadar"; "Lawton and Gardner Trials" [Zurebu Gardner and Gary Lawton, charged in the killings of Riverside, California, police officers]; "In Eden Gardens: Community Responds To Police Threat" [police harassment of residents of Eden Gardens, Solana Beach]; "Capitalism and the Worker / Capitalismo y el Obrero"; "Alaskan Native Workers Protest" [against NEFCO-Fidalgo Packing Company for discrimination in hiring process and working conditions]; "Economic State of Health/La Economia Enferma" [for San Diego]; "El Terror Continua en Chile/Terror in Chile Continues"; "Expulsion de los EE. UU. a 670 000 Personas Provenientes de Otras Paises/670 Aliens Deported in 1973"; "Victory for African Liberation Movement/Victoria en al Movimiento de Liberacion Africano" [recognition of Gudinea Bissau]; "Fugitive from justice"; "Bible no longer #1"; "El Bigote de Hitler/Hitler's Mustache" [regarding coup de etat in Chile]; "Cuba Celebrates Gains Since Revolution"; "AFL-CIO Sabotages World Union Movement"; "U.F.W Must Promote Worker Solidarity"; "Vigilantes: Legalized Racism in Chula Vista" [mounted vigilantes patrol Rohr Park, illegally detain six Mexican nationals]; [untitled cartoon]; "La Policia Como La Migra"; "El Terro de la Policia en Fanta$yland/Plice Terror in Fanta$yland" [Orange County, California police harassment]; Runaway Shops: U.S. Corporations Against the Workers" [offshoring]; "Death to Intelligence!/Muera la Inteligencia!" [Chile coup de etat]; "El Facismo en Chile"; "El Pueblo Portugues Se Levanta"


  • Publication: 1974-08

Language of Materials

From the File:

Chiefly in English; some articles in Spanish.

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From the Collection: 300 Linear Feet