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Most Americans Have No Idea How Close They are to Poverty, Starvation, and Death

There are few people left alive today that remember the last time a severe drought that destroyed crops combined with a collapse of the financial system left millions of Americans hungry and homeless, back in the 1930s.

Most of us alive today were taught in school that in the 1930s the nation suffered during “The Great Depression” as well as “The Dust Bowl.”

And whether or not these were natural or man-made catastrophes back then is really not all that important when we consider that we are facing such potential dire circumstances for the immediate future, or even worse, here in 2021.

Corn and wheat crops in the U.S. are in big trouble right now as we approach the end of July.

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