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Author Matthiessen, Peter, author.

Title Sal si puedes (escape if you can) : Cesar Chavez and the new American revolution / Peter Matthiessen ; with a new foreword by Marc Grossman.

Publication Info. Berkeley : University of California Press, [2014]
©2014

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Description 1 online resource (lii, 363 pages)
Note Originally published: Sal si puedes. New York : Random House, ©1969.
Summary In the summer of 1968 Peter Matthiessen met Cesar Chavez for the first time. They were the same age: forty-one. Matthiessen lived in New York City, while Chavez lived in the Central Valley farm town of Delano, where the grape strike was unfolding. This book is Matthiessen's panoramic yet finely detailed account of the three years he spent working and traveling with Chavez, including to Sal Si Puedes, the San Jose barrio where Chavez began his organizing. Matthiessen provides a candid look into the many sides of this enigmatic and charismatic leader who lived by the laws of nonviolence.
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Subject Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993.
United Farm Workers -- History.
Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993.
United Farm Workers.
Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993.
United Farm Workers.
Labor leaders -- United States -- Biography.
Mexican Americans -- Biography.
Mexican American agricultural laborers -- History.
Agricultural laborers -- Labor unions -- United States -- History.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Biography.
History.
Added Author Grossman, Marc, writer of foreword.
Other Form: Print version: Matthiessen, Peter. Sal si puedes (escape if you can). Berkeley Los Angeles, California University of California Press, 2014 9780520282506 (OCoLC)873125047
ISBN 9780520958364 (electronic bk.)
0520958365 (electronic bk.)
9781306290685 (electronic bk.)
1306290686 (electronic bk.)
9780520282506 (paper)
0520282507 (paper)
0520225848
9780520225848