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"Viva la Huelga [Long Live the Strike]. Don't Buy Farah Pants!" In 1969 male workers from the cutting room voted to affiliate with the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA). Organizing soon spread to the rest of Farah’s five El Paso plants. When workers at Farah’s San Antonio plant were fired for joining a union-sponsored march in El Paso, more than 500 of them walked out; El Paso workers followed on May 9, 1972. The strike was quickly declared an unfair-labor-practice strike...