Published by Peter E. Randall Publisher LLC on 2006
Genres: Agricultural laborers, California, Health and Welfare, Medical, Migrant agricultural laborers, Public Health, Rural, United Farm Workers
Patients taught many lessons to Dr. Radebaugh, a graduate of Harvard Medical School. He listened carefully, treated patients with respect, and was always available for house calls. He spent three years with Cesar Chavez, whose nonviolent efforts to organize farm workers, along with the grape boycott, attracted many supporters of justice for exploited workers. Humor and pathos summarize the career of a compassionate physician, dedicated to serving the poor.