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HIGHWAY 661 is the main migrant road. 66—the long concrete path across the country, waving gently up and down on the map, from Mississippi to Bakersfield—over the red lands and the gray lands, twisting up into the mountains, crossing the Divide and down into the bright and terrible desert, and across the desert to the mountains again, and into the rich California valleys.
More household wealth in America sounds like good news, but it could also mean economic trouble.
The ratio of wealth to income has hit a recent record, according to Credit Suisse. 382 more words
Psychologist have written much about memories of early childhood, saying they cannot be trusted. They claim the adult mind has a difficult time separating what is learned through repeated stories and what is learned from actual personal experience. 936 more words
Rounding Up Natives to Take Tea in Colonial Kenya
By Maurice N. Amutabi
On February 24, 1929 staff from Agricultural extension office threw a security cordon around Luanda market in Western Kenya, rounding up natives in order to give a taste of tea. 117 more words