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RONALD WELLS: REVIEW OF “UNION OF THEIR DREAMS”

This essay will appear in the journal “Books and Culture” in the late fall of 2010.

RONALD WELLS: REVIEW OF “UNION OF THEIR DREAMS”

RONALD WELLS: REVIEW “UNION OF THEIR DREAMS”

Ronald A. Wells is professor of history, emeritus, at Calvin College. He is now mostly retired in Tennessee, where he also directs the annual Symposium on Faith and the Liberal Arts at Maryville College. His most recent publication is, “The Protestant Allies of Cesar Chavez: The California Migrant Ministry and the Farm Worker Movement,” Journal of Presbyterian History (2009).

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