Reason being, the Latin American elites sold out their own people, which led to a separation in social class. The people who were kicked out of their lands were turned into workers on the plantations. The owners of the sugar refineries were a prime example of this, they utterly dominated the rural economy and forced the native population to work for them for low wages. “Their wages were low, and they earned them only part of the year” (198). This was a negative impact to the native people due to the fact that their wages weren't enough to even get by, not only was it not enough, they didn't receive income for the whole year which meant they would go without money for a large sum of time.
The Dust Bowl was caused by too much farming and too many people messing with the soil. The farmers came to America in the mid - late 1800. They came from all over the world looking for food and shelter. Since it was the Great Depression LOTS of people turned to farming. Dirt and dust were flying everywhere because farmers messed with the soil so much that it started to soften.
and it was a quarrelsome time for race relations. During that period an economic slump, called the Great Depression, had affected many people’s lives as it was the most severe depression ever experienced by an industrialized country. Also factors like the Jim Crow laws and the 2nd Ku Klux Klan resulted in white people discriminating against blacks people. The Great Depresion is an important era in the United States’ history.
Grapes of Wrath show the unfair working situations that migrants face when they arrive in California. Land Owners are the most wealthy and powerful having the ability to pay their workers a poor wage. In the Grapes of Wrath, many Americans lose their homes, jobs and life savings, forcing them to move and leave behind their land in hopes of finding a prosperous place to live. The Great Depression (1929-1939) was the worst, deepest and longest lasting economic collapses in the industrialized western world. The Joad family is planning to move to California, but some of them have doubts and attachments that make them contemplate whether or not it is the right choice.
Carloads, caravans, homeless and hungry; twenty thousand and fifty thousand and a hundred thousand and two hundred thousand. They streamed over the mountains, hungry and restless--restless as ants, scurrying to find work to do--to lift, to push, to pick, to cut--anything, any burden to bear, for food. ”(John Steinbeck).This quote written by author John Steinbeck described the flight of families from the Dust Bowl and further proved the point that the Dust Bowl forced people out of their homes making them start their lives over. Initially, the depression hit the state hard.
The Dust Bowl had a negative impact on rural families because most of them could not escape the effects of dust storms. According to Trimarchi, many farmers faced foreclosure on their land because they were not earning enough money on crops to pay back their debts (Trimarchi, 2018). The Dust Bowl also caused soil erosion across the plains which led to crop failure. Farmers were not able to make any profit with their failing crops, this contributed to many farmers losing their land due to foreclosure.
The Dust Bowl Introduction Theodore Roosevelt said, “When you’re at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hold on.” The Dust Bowl was a very bad time for the United States because it was also during The World’s War and the United States was also already in a bad state with the Great Depression going on. The Dust Bowl was a time of economic hardship because people did not know how to stop the problem, people were losing land, the government did not know how to stop the Dust Bowl. Dry Conditions The Dust Bowl was started by farmers growing wheat crops.
In the book “Cut” by Cathy Glass a 13 year old girl is not getting the love and desired attention she needs. I think that the people in a child's life impact them the most in growing up and making them an adult. Parents should help to shape who you become and how you view life. They shouldn't just leave to better themselves. I feel really bad for Dawn it's really sad whats shes going through and what she does because of how her mother raised her and how she treats her, It's really unfair to Dawn.
The eldest in the communities were hurt that the adults could not learn the traditional ways of their songs, games, story telling, and dances. The adults have trouble making the peace between their traditions because of the constant trauma in their minds. The survivors also had trouble respecting their elders because
During this time women weren 't allowed to serve on the jury or even attend the trial for that matter. Even in the workplace women are discriminated against pay cuts especially during this time when their pay got even lower than half of what men make. While men still experienced pay cuts. Also the Narrator and main Character Scout experience discrimination from her Aunt Alexandra.
The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression in the 1930s. It was the longest, deepest, and most widespread depression of the 20th century. It challenged American families in major ways, placing great economic, social, and psychological strains and demands upon families and their members. Millions of families lost their savings as numerous banks collapsed in the early 1930s. In addition, farmers lost their crops and failed to make a living.
Though the history of the South often catches the attention of conversation, it is not as likely for the poor folk of the South to be mentioned and thought about. Those who were considered to be the construction of the South are mostly the affluent, but it should not be forgotten that those who were poor had a story as well. There was a struggle they faced just as real as the great lives the rich held. Though the poor were overlooked most days, they truly helped build America to what it is today. Without them, America wouldn’t have the depth it has today.