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America is in the Heart Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 26 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 26 Summary

They print and distribute their magazine, The New Tide, to the Filipino workers. They are trying to bring about a social awakening of the Filipinos, helping them realize that they don't have to live the way they do. They do not have enough money to keep the magazine going and it eventually perishes. Macario goes to New Mexico hoping to enroll at the university while the others find jobs in Los Angeles.

The labor movement is gaining momentum in America. Carlos tries to help Jose hold together the Filipino Workers' Association. Carlos, Jose and Gazamen make Lompoc their headquarters and the center of the Filipino labor movement. Internal power struggles and the Filipino Workers' Association prevented the formation of a coherent Filipino force. There are a series of strikes but the Association leadership keeps losing their buildings. The Lompoc office finally becomes their temporary headquarters...

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