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Bread and Oil: California’s Central Valley

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ARVIN, CA – AUGUST 13: Arvin police officer Phil Bebabides takes notes next to a wanted poster for suspected killer, Horacio Alcaraz, as the widow of the victim talks on August 13, 2004 in the town of Arvin, southeast of Bakersfield, California. Alcaraz, who also goes by the name Octavio Gonzalez, is wanted for at least three murders in Arvin and another in nearby Lamont. Unlike other nearby communities, the small town of Arvin which has a population of about 14,000 has its own police force of 10 to fight crime in its predominantly lower-income farm labor population. California’s Central Valley is one of the nation’s most important agricultural and oil producing areas. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

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