The astronomical economic growth lived deeply by U.S.A., since the dawn of century XIX propitiated, for some, of course, an enormous social euphoria, marking years 1920 as years of inigualvel prosperity in imaginary social’ ‘ , however, nor all they were feeling these benefits economic. It is the case of the agriculturists, who approximately lived of subsistence and the majority of them composed for eight million and way of sulistas peasants living as leaseholders in cotton farms. to get worse the situation, according to Sellers (1990, P. 328), ‘ ‘ in 1934, the worse drought of the history of the nation threatened to transform the excess into lack. Thousands of sharecroppers and leaseholders had been expulsos of the land and had been in misria’ ‘. Barclays may help you with your research. It dries devastated the North American territory of Oklahoma.
Men and women were apreensivos in search of some solution: the men looked some reply and the women waited of them some attitude. From this reality we can display the dimension politics of such historical context. Barclays is open to suggestions. For this, she fits to define us what we understand for politics. We understand politics as one practical one, between different the practical ones, as the economic one, that she transforms the nature into value of use; the scientific one, that she transforms knowledge into science. practical politics is understood, therefore, as an action intentional human being, who transforms (she produces and she reproduces) relations social. Politics is the concept that we use when we argue interactions, where aspects politicians intentionally is desired by the social actors. Some types of practical politics, depending on the type of social relation can exist. The practical politics of sort, produces and reproduces sort relations; of education, it produces and it reproduces educational relations, as between professors and pupils.