No Ever-Normal Weather

January 1940
Saturday Evening Post;1/13/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 29, p26
Focuses on issues concerning the possible shortage of wheat crops in the U.S. Difficulties faced by wheat farmers in the U.S. as of January 1940; Information on the crop-insurance plan and the ever-normal granary farm programs of the U.S. government; Advantages and disadvantages of the ever-normal granary farm program.


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