As Arizona essentially makes racial profiling into state policy and outlaws the teaching of ethnic studies, we revisit John Steinbeck’s literary classic that follows the Joad family as they migrate to California during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s in a desperate search for work — and note remarkable parallels with the current plight of Latino “immigrantes” who face similar harassment, and conflicts with the local population. By Alex Knight.

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