This proceedings of the symposium held on April 10, 1985 at Kottman
Hall Auditorium at The Ohio State University contains the presentations made
by Dr. Harold F. Breimyer (U.S. TAX AND FARM POLICIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE STRUCTURE
OF U.S. AGRICULTURE) and Dr. Neil E. Harl (U.S. TAX AND FARM POLICIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON THIRD WORLD
HUNGER AND DEMAND) while they were Anderson
Scholars in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology at
The Ohio State University. Also included is an edited version of questions
from the audience and Ors. Breimyer and Harl 's responses to those questions.
The symposium focused on some of the key issues pertaining to and impacts of
U.S. tax and farm policies on the structure of U.S. agriculture and Third
World hunger and demand.