These are common necessities that people in third world countries aren’t given. It is concerning when people waste food and resources, while in other parts of the world many are struggling to find food and resources in order to survive. People living in poverty can’t afford or can’t obtain nutritious food for themselves or their families. This makes them weaker and more exposed to diseases. Food is the source of all energy.
Because like to To Kill a Mockingbird people back then were impoverished and had dreadful living conditions. But most of all it was hard on both white and black people because it was hard for them to make money. Also to provide for their families. That is how To Kill a Mockingbird is related to the Dust
A society where if you are born poor more than likely you'll be poor. The obstacles and struggles that people face is what test people. The farmers and Joads have been affected by the recent drought, which has caused them to not bring in any money. The bank and the landowners have been kicking tenants out of their land. The economic depression affected families who were not rich.Banks greed and guilt is what started this it drove lots of families to get up and leave to find work.
Final reflection on the common reader “Enrique’s Journey” Through all the hardships of living in a poor country where just putting food on the table is a challenge. Seeing the media overinflate how great it is to live a country like the United States would feel like a pipe dream. Coming from a country full of corruption and powerful gangs governments that does not seem to care and payed off police to look the other way. The poem by Emma Lazarus has a deep connection to the hardships Enrique had to endure. Enrique’s family was from the poor side of Tegucigalpa ripe with corruption and drug use most families barely able to keep food on the table.
Many farmers lost their land in the 1930s. Whether it was due to the large drought or their financial status, many farmers found themselves without a way to make a living. Daniel Cobalt states: “Other countries and the United States had surplus supplies, creating less demand for agricultural products” (Cobalt, sec. California). As a result of the little need for agricultural products, farmers made little money and therefore had to find other work.
One may argue that healthcare is too expensive and that food stamps have been taken away from many people. It is also extremely difficult to get a well-paying job in order to pay for housing, healthcare, and food. The lack of healthcare, food stamps, and well-paying jobs can result in people turning towards crime because of issues such as mental health, physical health, and employment options. One reason that people turn to crime is because of the lack of healthcare. Even when healthcare is available to people, a large portion of them are not able to
The difference between slaves and slaveholders is how they are negatively effected. Slaves suffer more hardships and suffering due to them being different color and being mistreated by whites. And since they are already poor and can 't afford any food, they won 't be able to survive if they can 't work for their slaveholders. But Slaveholders don 't suffer as much as slaves due. They may lose money and be poor, but they are able to get food and be able to find jobs somewhere else so they can earn money.
He talks about how an economy of a country affects poverty and how it can be eradicated. Galbraith quotes “A vast number of people both in town and country, he noted, had insufficient food, clothing and houseroom; they were: in “overworked and undertaught weary and careworn, without quiet and without leisure.” Large amounts of people do not have adequate food, clothing and shelter. They have been working hard for long hours, doing overtimes but they are not being paid enough. They are not getting the wages they deserve because they are illiterate and lack skills. They are fatigued, miserable, depressed and worried because they don’t have enough money to earn a living for themselves and their family.
This negatively affected the people who were migrating and were in direct competition for jobs with longer- established residents and would keep creating conflict with those people. “Many people were not able to make a living in drought-stricken regions and were forced to migrate to other areas in search of a new livelihood. ("Drought in the Dust Bowl") Many people had no choice to leave which affected them in a personal way because they had to forced to leave in search of a new livelihood because they will mostly not survive through the Dust Bowl.”In addition, because of poverty and high unemployment, migrants added to local relief efforts, sometimes overburdening relief and health agencies. ” ("Drought in the Dust Bowl")People were super poor and were not making enough money to pay for things while migrating so this would affect people and families and it was too much for relief and health agencies.“The poor economy displaced more than just farmers as refugees to California; many teachers, lawyers, and small business owners moved west with their families during this time. ( "Dust Bowl")The wealth and
Though looking around the world there are more people whose living in poverty and they trying to put an end to it and find food. For example, in the United States a lot of people living in poverty mostly immigrants because a lot of them do not have the right documents to work and some chose not to work at all. In the United States people in poverty are not given much importance nor any help because they are poor and cannot afford much. A source Rethinking Poverty: Which Way Now, states that 1.4 billion people living in poverty. more clearly, poverty is the cause of hunger and death.