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This film was produced in 1962 by the Council of California Growers as a public service. "Why Braceros?" was created to justify the bracero farm labor program to Californians who felt threatened by the influx of workers crossing the border from Mexico. Asset Type: Program DO 2-7789 Wilding-Butler Div. 109 Stevenson, San Francisco - Wilding Inc. Communications for Business - Subject: Why Braceros? Sponsor: Council of California Growers Time: 18 1/2 minutes Print No: 11 FHS 2010.06.2.1
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