A helpful note from playwright N. Richard Nash:

“When drought hits the lush grasslands of the richly fertile west, they are green no more and the dying is a palpable thing. what happens to the verdure and vegetation, to cattle and livestock can be read in the coldly statistical little bulletins freely issued by the Department of Agriculture. What happens to the people of the west--beyond the calculable and terrible phenomena of sudden poverty and loss of substance--is an incalculable and febrile kind of desperation. Rain will never come again; the earth will be sere forever; and in all of

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