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Author John Steinbeck writes "In no country are more seeds and plants and equipment purchased and less vegetables and flowers raised." This quote stood out to me. I see many instances in which our neighbors or friends return from a store with ideas and garden tools. They retrieve their spades, hoes, and other gardening tools, and set out to create a masterpiece, bringing color and life into their yards. But over the weeks the lack of effort and hard work needed to grow a plentiful garden are lacking. The pedals drop off the stems and shrivel up, and instead of a beautiful and bountiful garden there is a sloppy brown instead. I guess you could say that I agree with the passage mentioned in Steinbeck's paper, "America and Americans". Some individuals do know how to keep a garden or grow a field of crops but I think that more Americans are unable because of laziness or busy lives to follow through. I believe the essay illustrated many true qualities
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