The son of poor Mexican Americans, Cesar Chavez grew up in grinding poverty. In 1962, he set out to do what many before him had tried and failed to do — organize a trade union for farm workers. With courage and determination, he transformed the plight of the workers into an international cause.
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Published by Ballantine Books Jul 11, 2012| 236 Pages| ISBN 9780307819512