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000032301 245__ $$aARE CURRENT U.S. FARM COMMODITY PROGRAMS OUTDATED?  ARGUMENTS IN THE NEGATIVE
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000032301 336__ $$aJournal Article
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000032301 520__ $$aOver the next two decades a level of government involvement in agriculture comparable to that of the past two decades can be justified.  Indigenous, cyclical, and secular characteristics of agriculture provide a strong defense of this position.  Abandoning commodity programs would have adverse consequences.  A realistic set of policy goals is presented and suggestions for fine-tuning government programs are offered.
000032301 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000032301 700__ $$aKnutson, Ronald D.
000032301 773__ $$dDecember 1985$$jVolume 10$$kNumber 2$$o278$$q270$$tWestern Journal of Agricultural Economics
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000032301 982__ $$gWestern Journal of Agricultural Economics>Volume 10, Number 02, December 1985
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