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Yinger, Winthrop

Cesar Chavez: the rhetoric of nonviolence

Exposition Press, Hicksville, NY. 1975, 143p., introduction and thesis, biography, background, analysis of March 10 speech, summary and conclusions, appendixes including a chronology, Spanish glossary, letters and statements; heavy stain and foxing to endpapers (a product of over-applied binder's-paste, we think), an otherwise good first edition hardcover in an unclipped dj with rubbing and severe cup-ring damage to front panel. Vanity press publication of the Methodist minister from Oakland's analysis of Chavez and the UFW

Cat.No: 19276

Price: $35.00

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