July 1973
New Republic;7/21/73, Vol. 169 Issue 3, p4
Focuses on the impact of population growth on the economic conditions in the U.S. Accounts on the costs for export subsidies; Increase of the price of soybean meal; Relationship between political concepts and economic realities; Report that Americans like to get their protein in the form of a sizzling steak; Claim that the soybean is the cheapest and richest source of protein.


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