The world is at war, and the army is stealing away the men, and those that are left are being hauled off to work in the factories in order to assist the war effort. In rural Kentucky Gertie is lucky enough to still have her husband around, he drives the coal truck, but knows that this situation cannot last. He has his date with the army already lined up. But she is preparing as best she can. She has been saving her money and almost has enough to offer on a nearby farm. Without having to pay half what they earn on rent Gertie and her family will be able to plan for the future. But on the eve of her plans coming to fruition all is ruined and she must uproot her family and follow her husband to the city of Detroit.
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RT @djdaisyjohnson The Guardian reporting here on the letter from members of the UK and Irish Publishing Community. This is a letter of love and support. More than 200 writers and publishers sign letter in support of trans and non-binary people theguardian.com/books/2020/se…
@holland_tom Maybe a private group have the right to say nope to dickheads... Nothing to do with censorship or blasphemy