By Giles Slade
As temperatures upward thrust, declines in agricultural construction and freshwater provide will lessen US sporting capability by means of 2/3, and emerging sea degrees will influence the country's such a lot densely populated areas. a daunting survey of what's to come back, American Exodus argues that mankind can live to tell the tale the arrival century of weather chaos if we act fast to maintain our guard of final hotel.
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In this connection, it should be remembered that the racial purity requirement for citizenship demanded by Germany’s National Socialists began as a political tactic first to exclude and then seize the property of Germans of Jewish descent in the impoverished, Depression-era Germany. There is nothing novel or pretty here. This is what happens when people get afraid in hard times. The second reason the Okies were vilified in California is more fundamental, even archetypal. Unfortunately, there is a recurrent human tendency to blame the victims of tragedy and misfortune.
He observed that once subsidies were replaced by low-interest government loans, small farmers quickly got into serious debt: Three years after they first began to use fertilizers, corn yields . . dropped to their original levels. Not only that, if farmers did not add fertilizers, the corn would not grow at all. By the early 1980s, with their debt continuing to grow... were caught up in a cycle of dependence. pay off their debts. . 13 Transhumance: Mexico and California • 39 In addition, a related problem had been developing for many years.
Despite state relief efforts, the costs of health care, shelter, food, and education stretched county budgets tissue-paper thin throughout the San Joaquin and Imperial Valleys. Local taxes in Fresno, Kings, Madera, Kern and Tulare Counties escalated sharply. Everyone blamed the Okies. ” In June, a group of Kern County businessmen met in Bakersfield and formed the California Citizens Association (CCA) to combat the migrant problem. 47 These businessmen demanded that California encourage the O kies to return to their home states; there, they would be eligible for federal relief funds.