Shadowland

On Dorothea Lange then and now.

It's hard not to see in this story an extreme version of what has become an everyday reality: Little by little, lives go quietly and privately awry. Unlike the Depression, the dislocations aren't massive and sudden; they're trickle-down from a thousand stories about "re-engineering" and "downsizing" and "welfare reform," and as such they don't register as a social fact. In most cases the stricken keep going through life's motions. You don't see the faces.

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