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El Obrero Rebelde (vol. 2, no. 2), 1979-05


Scope and Contents

"¿No Importa la Salud de los Campesinos?"; "Como Sacaron al Miedo de Aacozari"; "Luchamos Para Rescatar Neustro Hospital"; "En la lechuga: 'No tenemos nada que perder'"; "Niegan Servicio Médico a Indocumentados Guatamala: "El Pueblo Quiere Organización"; "¿Que pasa en el Hospital si uno no Habla Ingles?"; "Proclama del Frente Democrático"; "Historia de la Clase Obrera Norte-Americana: Gente Obrera De California: Los Mexicanos"; "Para Clase Obrera, No Hay Frontera"

Issue also includes a tipped in tearsheet/form letter that was intended to send to Mexican President José Lopez Portillo and to U.S. Senator Alan Cranston regarding the union fight of the Mexican mine workers at the La Caridad mine in Nacozari, Mexico (owned by American Smelting and Refining Co.).


  • Issued: 1979-05

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From the Collection: 300 Linear Feet


Spanish; Castilian

Physical Location

Tearsheet/form letter located in small manuscripts.

Separated Materials

Tearsheet/form letter removed from issue and relocated in small manuscripts.

Repository Details

Part of the CSUSM Special Collections Repository

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