Matt Garcia

Photo of Matt GarciaPhoto | Eli S. BurakianMatt Garcia is Ralph and Richard Lazarus Professor of Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies and of History at Dartmouth College. His books include From the Jaws of Victory: The Triumph and Tragedy of Cesar Chavez and the Farm Worker Movement, which received the Philip Taft Award for the Best Book in Labor History.

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Cover: Eli and the Octopus: The CEO Who Tried to Reform One of the World’s Most Notorious CorporationsEli and the Octopus: The CEO Who Tried to Reform One of the World’s Most Notorious CorporationsGarcia, MattHARDCOVER04/18/2023$27.95
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