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Render Unto Cesar?

The California State Legislature recently passed -- and the governor

signed -- a bill declaring a new state holiday in honor of the late

Cesar Chavez, founder of the United Farm Workers Union. The proponents

of this bill have argued that such a holiday is warranted since

California does not have a holiday in honor of any Latino. This is

certainly strange given California's rich Latino heritage, but the

choice of Cesar Chavez is one many strongly disagree with. A holiday

honoree must be someone whose contributions to society are beyond

dispute and whose achievements are clear to all. A person of distinct

greatness.


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