Barry Eichengreen's The Grapes Of Wrath
Lingo tells how Steinbeck left some details out about how the economy is in California (Lingo 355). Steinbeck is said to only show the not so good parts of the Great Depression. It is claimed that there are parts of California that try to help this set of people moving into the land (Lingo 355). The help is in health and living arrangements. These are two of the biggest groups that the people need help in, but Lingo claims that the book did not give justice to this action.
The Grapes of Wrath is an important literature work that shows the worst effects of the Great Depression in the 1930s consistently changing economic and social aspects life. There is a lot of movement happening to find work and a good place for families to settle. The people in each place they settled treat them differently. There are some willing to give them work for a small amount of time, and there are some who would kick them off their land. The migrants stuck with the changes and did what they could to help their families survive. They will push to make the best of the