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The Grapes of Wrath
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  • 66 is the path of a people in flight, refugees from dust and shrinking land, from the thunder of tractors and shrinking ownership, from the desert’s slow northward invasion, from the twisting winds that howl up out of Texas, from the floods that bring no richness to the land and steal what little richness is there.

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  • She was a Tutsi refugee from Rwanda.
  • We’re asking for humanitarian aid to assist and resettle the refugees.

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