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Bengs, Margaret A.
January 1979
National Review;1/19/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p89
The article reports on the effects of the two hundred mile fishing limit policy which was implemented in the U. S. One of the effects of the policy is the closure of the cod and haddock fisheries in Great Britain. The article also discusses the ways in which the policy has burdened fishermen with poor quota management.


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