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The 1920's was the beginning of a depression that would not affect the rest of the country for several years.
While the 1920's was a decade of progress and prosperity for many Americans,
For those living in rural areas and tied to agriculture,
Crop prices began falling after WW1, and never leveled out.
Driving many to starvation.
To make matters worse, natural disasters pummeled Arkansas farmers even further,
Making already difficult conditions exceptionally desperate,
Matters were even worse for black farmers, as the klan surged back with huge membership gains across the nation.
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