Ruben Salazar

Sherman, Scott
November 2001
Columbia Journalism Review;Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p68
Pays tribute to Ruben Salazar, the United States' preeminent Mexican-American journalist, who died on August 29, 1970. Cause of his death; Background on his career; Salazar's dark premonitions about his fate.


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