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I am a 9th grader

Rachel DelaCruz

Subject:
Hello, I am a 9th grader inquiring about the Great Depression
Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2000 15:15:30 EST
From:
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Good Afternoon,

My name is Rachel DelaCruz, and I am a 9th grade student at Valencia High
School. We just completed reading "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest
Hemingway. We were given a project and instructed to give an interview based
on the following criteria:
       
           -Focus on their attitude towards the elderly Now versus their
attitude towards the elderly when they were a teenager.
           -How were the elderly treated then versus now?
           -What was it that changed people's view on the elderly?
           -How were the elderly treated, in your opinion, before the
depression era? And after?
           -How were Americans effected by the Great Depression?
           -How were the elderly effected?

   I hope it is not too much to ask from you, but if you can answer these
questions I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You.
   PS Please, if possible, send the answers as soon as possible. Thank You
again
                                       Sincerely,
                                       Rachel DelaCruz

Replies sent by Russ Priestley and Natalie Thomson  12/99


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