The Roberto Reveles Papers contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, organizational records, subject files, and other items documenting Reveles' career as a congressional staffer for five congressmen in Arizona, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. between 1956 and 1980. His work as an advocate for civil rights and immigration reform in the Mexican and Mexican-American communities is also shown.

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Created1972
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This advertisement, produced for Reveles' 1972 Congressional campaign, discusses his roots in a poor Mexican-American family, experience as a Congressional aide, and diligent and thoughtful service to the people of Arizona. It also communicates Reveles' support for such programs as national health insurance for the elderly, anti-pollution laws, and

This advertisement, produced for Reveles' 1972 Congressional campaign, discusses his roots in a poor Mexican-American family, experience as a Congressional aide, and diligent and thoughtful service to the people of Arizona. It also communicates Reveles' support for such programs as national health insurance for the elderly, anti-pollution laws, and a farm law. This film displays significant color shifting to the red.
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Created1972
DescriptionThis advertisement, produced for Reveles' 1972 Congressional campaign, praises his loyal and thoughtful service to the people of Arizona. This film displays significant color shifting to the red.
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Created1972
DescriptionThis advertisement, produced for Reveles' 1972 Congressional campaign, expresses his support for programs designed to benefit the elderly, including expanded health care, improved long-term care facilities, and Social Security reform. This film displays significant color shifting to the red.
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Created1972
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This document provides a partial transcription of Campaign Advertisements 1-3.