Of Mice and Men

how did john steinbeck feel about the relationships between the bosses and the workers

how is the relationship between the workers and the bosses in the book

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The big boss was fairly separated (at least emotionally) from his workers. The ranch hands were simply a tool to get things done. This was the depression so ranch workers were a dime a dozen. The work was hard but it was a job. The boss cared only that he made money and the job was done.