The Joads -- Still Out of Luck

Eurgess, David S.
January 1944
New Republic;1/10/44, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p46
Focuses on several programs of Farm Security Administration (FSA) in rehabilitation of emigrants and farmers in the U.S. Role of the FSA camp program in providing adequate housing, easy exchange of wage information and running of the camps by elected councils of the migrants; Dependence of success and failure of the FSA and related government agencies on food production figures rather than human welfare; Suggestion that the actual existence of shortages and surpluses of the farm labor are determined by the government.


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