For more on the unfortunate efforts by Cesar Chavez and the UFW to sabotage the field organizing work of MCOP and the AFW beginning in 1978, I recommend a 2014 book by Pasadena author Miriam Pawel entitled THE CRUSADES OF CESAR CHAVEZ to which I contributed an extensive interview and related documents. Pawel is a … Continue reading
Category Archives: About Devereux
About this blog, the author, how I do my investigations and why I am doing this.
Don Bolles and Farm Labor
This is an new and original entry appearing here for the first time. —DD, July 21, 2015 There are three published versions of which I’m presently aware regarding Arrowhead Ranch and journalists from the Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) Arizona Project following the fatal June 1976 car-bombing of Phoenix reporter Don Bolles. And none of these … Continue reading
Why Am I Doing This?
As an approaching octogenarian, a sense of my own mortality inevitably has become a factor in what’s left of my life as a journalist. And, happily busy as I continue to be in other, unrelated investigative projects, I realize that I may never get around to finishing my long-intended book on the 1976 car-bomb murder … Continue reading
Who is Don Devereux?
Don Devereux is a graduate of Phillips Academy (Andover), a veteran of the U.S. Army during the Korean War period, and subsequently a graduate on the GI Bill of Michigan State University. He has been a resident of the Southwest since 1962, living initially in New Mexico and after 1977 in Arizona. He variously has … Continue reading