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U.S. agriculture's trade prospects

Main Street Economist , Issue Jul

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Farmland values: the rise, the fall, the future

Economic Review , Volume 72 , Issue Apr , Pages 19-35

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Sizing up the farm downturn

Main Street Economist , Issue Nov

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Agriculture and the GATT: a time for change

Economic Review , Volume 74 , Issue Feb , Pages 21-42

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Can agriculture end its slump in 2000

Main Street Economist , Issue Jan

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Agriculture and the GATT: the link to U.S. farm policy

Economic Review , Volume 74 , Issue May , Pages 3-24

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The changing U.S. pork industry: a dilemma for public policy

Economic Review , Volume 78 , Issue Q II , Pages 49-65

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The rural economy in a new century : discussion

Proceedings – Rural and Agricultural Conferences , Issue Oct , Pages 21-24

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A new century for community banks

Main Street Economist , Issue Apr

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A new vision for agricultural policy

After six decades of evolution, U.S. agricultural policy may be about to enter a revolution. Ever since farm programs were created in the 1930s, farm policy has generally evolved along predictable lines. To be sure, over the past decade policy has tended to move in a market direction, but the goals and policy instruments remain amazingly akin to those put in place during the Great Depression. Now, federal fiscal discipline may cause the nation to rethink an antiquated farm policy and replace it with a much leaner, more targeted policy to answer the nation's food needs for the next century.> ...
Economic Review , Volume 80 , Issue Q III , Pages 63-78

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