Dealing With The Dust Bowl

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The Dust Bowl received its name in April 35, 1935, the day after Black Sunday. Robert Geiger, a reporter wrote: “Three little words achingly familiar on a Western farmer’s tongue, rule life in the dust bowl of the continent – if it rains.”. It was also one of the worst disasters for its time. The depression lasted from 1930 to 1941, and it impacted the poor, such as delaying marriages, dropping the birth rate and many children became sick and ill. Franklin Roosevelt was the present at the time and dealt with the Dust Bowl, and was originally the governor of New York, He proposed many daring plaines that he even thought wouldn 't end well. The concept of the The New Deal was to get the USA citizens back on track, Roosevelt stabilized the

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