Summary Of California During The 1930s

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But going back to the states those that were hit the hardest like Oklahoma, Texas. Kansas, Colorado, California as well as Texas, Kansas, Colorado and portions of New Mexico were devastated. This was because of the state’s economic base which explains why some states got hit harder than others. From this it started what I call a ripple effect, which increased emigration of people to other countries for the first time in American history. From this America lost a lot of their workers that would no longer bring back money into the economy. For an examples let’s take a look at the state of California “during the 1930s, some 1.3 million Americans from the Midwest and southwest migrated to California, which had a population of 5.7 million in 1930s.”-
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