Discrimination In John Steinbeck's Of Mice Of Men

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“No change can come if those who are impacted the most by discrimination are not willing to stand up for themselves.” Said: Zainab Salbi. In the book Of Mice Of Men by John Steinbeck showed a lot discrimination towards people in the years of 1930’s and during the Great Depression Era. Like in the book Curley’s wife, Crooks, and Lennie are discriminated because of their Race, Gender, and of mental disabilities. Steinbeck uses discrimination in the book because that is how life was in the 1930’s; people thought they were better especially if they had more money, smarter, Stronger. Curly’s wife faces discrimination because of her gender. In the end of the story, Lennie was in the barn and Curly’s wife joins him says; “ George says I ain’t
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