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In 1965, Cesar Chavez orchestrated a national grape boycott as a method of achieving rights for industry workers.
Which of the following had the greatest impact in making the boycott effective?
It caused the growers to lose money so they were willing to recognize the union.
Prominent politicians such as Robert F. Kennedy, brother of the slain President, had lent his support to Chavez and the farm worker movement.
The wine industry put pressure on the grape industry to treat the farm workers with more respect.
The national media promoted the boycott and farm workers in their attempts to unionize in a nonviolent manner.
Other agricultural industries, especially the orange industry, backed the boycott.