The West Texas Drought: Praying for Rain

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New deserts are emerging among the southwestern United States and Mexico on land where drought and soil erosion are combining to make a hostile land much more so. Sandy Tolan reports from the sand dunes and abandoned cropfields of Texas, and south of its border, on the troubled times of the drought of ’96. (This is the second of a 2-part series which began last week in the second half-hour.)

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