Strikes By Farmers In The 1930

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Farmers doubled the amount of crops they produced in order to be financially stable and even then the money they had was not enough. Most farmers were producing more and more crops therefore the value of the crops dropped. In the 1930s due to the high amounts of crops produced their value dropped extremely low and most farmers went bankrupt, at this point farmers looked up to their government for help and when the government refused and did nothing, farmers began to rebel and cause riots. Farmers teamed up together and began protesting, sometimes they took drastic measures in order to express themselves and achieve what they wanted which later came to be known as “The Farm Strikes”. Some of these strikes included causing blockades,
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