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Case StudyGavin, ChristyDuring the Great Depression, nearly 400,000 Oklahomans, Arkansans, Texans, Kansans, and Missourians migrated to California. As a result their children flooded California schools, especially in the farming communities of the San Joaquin and Sacramento . . .
Case StudyGavin, ChristyDuring the 1930s approximately 400,000 jobless individuals, also known as Okies, sought work in California. many found temporary work when California's growers needed thousands of workers to pick fruit or chop cotton. But when the growers no longer ne . . .
Case StudyGilchrist, KathleenTobacco use, especially smoking, poses an enormous threat to public health. Tobacco use has been embedded as acceptable in America’s social culture. Research indicates tobacco use is linked to many illnesses and to premature death. Smoking has unhealt . . .