In chapter 3-4
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In Chapter Four, Moe Turner proclaims that his family will make enough so he does not have to bring in the crops again next year, which Cassie finds foolish. Stacey shushes her. Moe sadly says even though his father gave up, he will not–he has to get out. He says he might get a job with the Works Progress Administration, one of Roosevelt’s New Deal programs. He says he is tired of the Montiers, the people for whom he and his family farm.
Moe vows he will get off the farm and find work elsewhere.