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This film was one of a series of films produced in the 1960s and 1970s by the Council of California Growers as a public service. These films depict the leading agricultural opinions during the period of the United Farm Workers and Chicano movements in California. Asset Type: Program
A-B rolls Silent Color 16mm film
Public service announcements (Motion pictures) Documentary films
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