What Remedies Wilt Congress Choose?

Engler, Robert
January 1954
New Republic;1/25/54, Vol. 130 Issue 4, p11
Focuses on the approaches of the U.S. Congress to existing agricultural problems. Decrease in farm income; Use of government to create control over agricultural production; Growth in the number of farmers for renewal of the price-support laws.


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