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The U.S. Food, Agriculture, Conservation and Trade Act of 1990 involves more than economics. All public policy does. Economic paradigms provide incomplete premises to use in analyses of public policies. As a result, some economists see solely economic irrationality in this new Act. However, economics is only one science among several that provides insight into the decades of public agricultural and food policy from which the 1990 Act evolved.

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