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"Well, that make's all the difference in the world. If we can't export, we're not going to get anything for it. When we have - You know, other countries have wheat too that's good quality. You know, they sell their wheat maybe before we can sell ours. And that makes a difference what we get for our wheat or our corn or whatever, what other countries we're in competition with… Just hoping they would sell some to one place or another, you know, especially the Orient. They could always use a lot of our products."

Carla Due on the World Economy

   

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Buzzed by Low-Flying Bombers
Barn Dances in the 1940s
The Stock Market Crash
RFD to Main Street
Banks Closing
Local Politics
The Eggs & Cream Economy
CCC
Irrigation
Surviving the Tornado
The Radio
Dancing
Dating
Diversity of Churches
Prohibition
Immigrating to Nebraska
Learning English
Carla's Trip to Nebraska
Plowing with Horses & Mules