As in the Great Depression, today’s economic refugees may take to the road

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As in the Great Depression, today’s economic refugees may take to the road

As coronavirus devastates economy, refugees again might take to the road in search of opportunity
The economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic means the unemployed will be living out of their cars, hitchhiking, sleeping on U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management lands.

As in the Great Depression, today’s economic refugees may take to the road

The economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic means the unemployed will be living out of their cars, hitchhiking, sleeping on U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management lands.
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