Behind the Farm Bloc

October 1942
New Republic;10/5/42, Vol. 107 Issue 14, p399
Focuses on the demand by the farm bloc in the U.S. Congress for a fair share in the distribution of the national income. Support for a ceiling on prices by farmers; Danger posed by lobbyists of the farm organizations and the majority or near-majority of Senators and Representatives, to the American republic; Information on grievance of farmers against industry; Impact of the failure of industry to expand total production on farmers.


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