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Federal Emergency Relief Administration

, Fresno City (Fresno City, California), CA 1940 Poor people lacked enough food in the Depression, and farmers had too much. The mismatch was solved by the Federal Surplus Relief Corporation (FSRC), FERA, and WPA programs which aimed to reduce farm surpluses by government purchase and then redistribution of food to the needy. Three methods of distribution were employed with varying success: direct distribution, food stamps, and school lunches.

doldrums even as their parks, sewers, airports and municipal buildings were enhanced. The problem in retrospect was that the New Deal's investment in the public infrastructure had only a small "multiplier" effect, in contrast to the high multiplier for jobs that private investment might have created. Richard J. Jensen, "The Causes and Cures of Unemployment in the Great Depression." There were also small camps called hoovervilles that had very poor people living in them. , ''Journal of Interdisciplinary History'' (1989) 19:553-83. '''1934:''' Tate criticized the Federal Emergency Relief Administration for what he called a "new racket" in that, he said, it was planning to use the old Saint Vincent's Hospital (St. Vincent Medical Center (Los Angeles)) on Sunset Boulevard near Beaudry Avenue "as a clearinghouse for transient youths." In the vicinity, he said, were "thousands of families who are denied Federal relief because they had sufficient ambition to acquire property" but became unemployed. He added: "If they must harbor these tramps, they should be taken out into the country where they won't interfere with the family life of our citizens." "F.E.R.A. Acts Cause Rift," ''Los Angeles Times,'' September 19, 1934, page A-3


Karasahr

mountains on all four sides. There are hazardous passes on the route to Qiuci (Kucha) that are easy to defend. The water of a lake winds between the four mountains, and surrounds the town for more than 30 ''li'' 12.5 km ." Hill (2009), pp. 45; 427-431. According to ''Book of Zhou'', the kingdom of Yanqi (Karashahr) was a small country with poor people and nine walled towns, and described the country and their custom thus:


Kabgayi

last1 Preker first1 Alexander S. last2 Carrin first2 Guy title Health Financing for Poor People: Resource Mobilization and Risk Sharing url http: books.google.com books?id l9CPF8W0M3MC&pg PA255 accessdate 2013-03-23 year 2004 publisher World Bank Publications isbn 978-0-8213-5525-1 *


Visby city wall

served as lodging for guests of the Solberga Abbey. During the 14th century it was one of the houses in the part of town where the poor people lived, and during the 1600s it housed craftsmen and merchants. Since the 1800s, merchants have used the house and Category:13th-century works Visby (Category:City walls) Category:Buildings and structures in Sweden Category:Visby Category:Visitor attractions in Gotland County Category:History of Sweden Category:Buildings and structures in Gotland County


East York

Journal of Sociology'' 96, 3 (Nov.): 558-88. Barry Wellman and Scot Wortley, "Brothers' Keepers: Situating Kinship Relations in Broader Networks of Social Support." ''Sociological Perspectives'' 32, 3 (1989): 273-306. Barry Wellman, Peter Carrington and Alan Hall "Networks as Personal Communities." Pp. 130-84 in ''Social Structures: A Network Approach'', edited by Barry Wellman and S.D. Berkowitz. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Vicky Cattell. (2001). "Poor

people, poor places, and poor health: the mediating role of social networks and social capital." ''Social Science and Medicine'', 52 (10): 1501-1516. The support comes more from the characteristics of the ties than from the networks in which they are embedded. Near the station are Shoppers World Danforth, Danforth Village, Crescent Town in East York, Dentonia Park, and Teesdale Place in Scarborough (Scarborough, Ontario). '''Taylor-Massey Creek


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Calvià

. Hunger reached the point where each house got no more than two ''doblers'' of bread, even if the family was large, and they gave permission to eat meat during Lent, and many people who didn't have the money to buy meat ate herbs, and they told me that some people had gone more than a fortnight eating only boiled herbs, and the poor people and workers were so thin that they couldn't work for lack of food.


Surakarta

Kere (Poorman's satay) : A cheap vegetarian satay made from grounded tempe (tempeh) from Solo (Surakarta) city, served in peanut sauce and pickles. The word "kere" in the Javanese language means "poor"; it originally was meant to provide the poor people of Java with the taste of satay at an affordable price, since meat was considered a luxury in the past. Today, sate kere also includes intestine, liver and beef satays mixed with tempe ones. * Krom Phrarajawangboworn


Antigua Guatemala

this to the cop and tip her a little, and she will slow down for you. They too have a time constraints and want to let you have a full 20 minutes on top of the hill. Robberies have occurred on this hill without police escort, and resulted in the death of one tourist who refused to give up his valuable (locals say "don't be afraid, just be safe"). Poor people live up on the hillside, and will not let anyone take you up the steps, unless they are uniformed police. *


Cholula, Puebla

a population of about 100,000 and overpopulation meant that many poor people often lacked food. Cortés had arrived to Cholula after the Spanish victory of the Tlaxcalans (Tlaxcala (Nahua state)), and he was supposed to meet Moctezuma II here. Since Cholula was allied with the Aztecs, the Spanish and their new Tlaxcalan allies were suspicious of this arrangement. There are two accounts of what happened next. Spanish


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