"The Rain in Spain..."
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The paper looks at a 1999 article that discusses the problems in Spain of converting water to agricultural and manufacturing needs, processes that have been unsuccessful since Roman times. The paper explains that because of a disparity in rainfall, recently, Spain suffered the worst drought of any European nation, but efforts to create plans to supply water fairly to those regions especially hard-hit ran into political and regional obstacles.
From the Paper:"While My Fair Lady makes use of Spain's rainfall for a diction lesson, the article not only shows that rain does fall in Spain's plains, but in the decade of the 1990s not enough rain fell, and Spain faced one of the most severe droughts in its history. The article's basic subject covers how man-made systems and a so-called "water plan" helped overcome some of the most severe cases of drought. In short, the thesis of the article is man vs. nature. And, while nature usually wins out, in this case there was an opportunity to provide a more evenly-spaced accumulation and a greater savings of water to help overcome the worst of the..."
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