Jack Miles

Author and professor of English and religious studies at UC Irvine

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Author and professor of English and religious studies at UC Irvine. His books include God: A Biography.

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All this week, 8,500 gardners, janitors, kitchen workers and parking attendants have been  walking the picket lines  on campuses of the  University of California.

A Strike at One of California’s Biggest Public Institutions Gets Little Attention

All this week, 8,500 gardners, janitors, kitchen workers and parking attendants have been walking the picket lines on campuses of the University of California.

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