Song of the Stubborn One Thousand
Offers a detailed view of the organizational and strategic challenges of a long strike under difficult conditions
Provides a better understanding of the complex relationship between the Mexican women strikers and the Teamsters union, which had long ignored them but was finally compelled to acknowledge and support their struggle
Shows developing ties between a workplace struggle and the larger Chicano movement
Written as narrative history appealing to a general audience.
Great resource for undergraduate students studying topics like U.S. labor history and the Chicano movement