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Ryan Wallace

Halls main argument is about how economic opportunities in rural parts of the country, like the Mississippi Delta, are extremely difficult to achieve, especially if your a woman and/or person of colo. She compares statistics from the rest of the country to Greenville, Mississippi to show how behind the Mississippi Delta is compared to the bigger cities and what needs to be done. Descriptive words are incredibly necessary for the article, to give an emotional response.

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