The Question and Answer section for The Grapes of Wrath is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Other than the government camp being a place of refuge for the migrants, I can't recall a fair deal for the migrants.
When the Joads arrive at the government camp, Ma is thrilled to find real toilets, showers, and running water..... the things we often take for granted.
Steinbeck's message about business in the novel comes through loud and clear. Business is filled with corporate greed. Corporations are depicted as ruthless, greedy machines that will run over anyone in order to increase their profits. It's all...