Bilingual pamphlet presenting the case for boycotting Del Monte canned fruits and vegetables.
BOYCOTT DEL MONTE ! / ¡ BOICOTEE DEL MONTE !
Presents examples of exploitative labor practices on Del Monte farms in the Third World, including Namibia (at the time part of South Africa), Guatemala, and the Phillippines, as well as Mexico, Puerto Rico, and within the US. No copies found in OCLC, but one found through Google at Michigan State University.
(Los Angeles): (Boycott Del Monte Coalition), [late 1970s?]. Wraps. 8vo. Side-stapled wraps. Printed tete-beche with Spanish text on one side and English on other. Near fine with mild touches of handling wear. Errata slip laid in.  pp., including covers.
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