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furious. Father Michael Place, president of the CHA, complained to 60 Minutes executive producer Don Hewitt about the pro- gram’s reliance on CFFC’s analysis and studies, charging it had “allowed opponents, rather than ministry leaders, to describe Catholic health care and Church teaching.” Place was extensively quoted in the story and given ample opportunity to argue that it was a matter of religious freedom and conscience to allow Catholic hospitals to refuse to provide services. Once m a t t e r s o f c o n s c i e n c e 189 again the argument came down to

://www.civilrights.org/monitor/fall2006/art2p1.html [accessed 13 January 2016]. 26. Teresa Watanabe and Hector Becerra, “500,000 Pack Streets to Protest Immigration Bills,” Los Angeles Times, 26 March 2006, http://articles.latimes .com/2006/mar/26/local/me-immig26 [accessed 13 January 2016]. 27. David E. Hayes-Bautista, executive producer, “Exploring the American Identity of Young Adult Latinos,” digital video recording, Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture (CESLAC), Los Angeles, 5 April 2011. Video recording stored at CESLAC. 28. Ibid., 7 April 2011. 29. Ibid., 5 April 2011. 30

radio announcer in Austin, and worked his way up in the television industry, including jobs in New York and Philadelphia, before returning to San Antonio in 1986 as an executive producer of the news and later a public relations officer for a network affiliate. His wife, Deborah Knapp, a non-Hispanic white, was well known as the station’s nightly newscaster. Bonilla jumped into the 1992 election as a rare Mexican American Republican because the four-term Democratic incumbent, Mexican American Alberto Busta- mante, had been caught in a House banking scandal. He

worldwide was nearly three times greater than all the world’s combined foreign aid (DeParle 2008). 18. DeParle 2008. 19. World Bank 2011. 20. Iliff 2008. 21. Confederation of Indian Industry, and McKinsey & Company 2012. 22. Google Baby, 2009, dir. Zippi Brand Frank. 23. This was the number of births and surrogates in residence as of 2011. Ditte Bjerg, Executive Producer and Director, Global Stories, Copenhagen, Den- mark, personal communication with author. N o t e s 211 24. Bjerg, personal communication. 25. For more on emotional labor, see Hochschild 1983