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In John Steinbeck's novella "The Raid," a group of impoverished Mexican workers plan a raid to steal food from a wealthy landowner's storeroom in a desperate attempt to feed their families. The raid ultimately results in violence and bloodshed, highlighting the harsh realities of poverty and social injustice. The story explores themes of inequality and the lengths people will go to survive in difficult circumstances.

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