Family Farming: A New Economic Vision

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Americans decry the decline of family farming but stand by helplessly as industrial farming takes over. Theprevailing sentiment is that family farms should survive for important social, ethical, and economics reasons. But will they? Possibly not, if current policies are not altered, say Marty Strange. This timely book exposes the biasesin American farm policies that irrationally encourage expansion a bias evident infederal commodity programs, income tax provisions, and subsidized credit services. The farm financial crisis ...

Family Farming: A New Economic Vision 2008, Bison Books, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803217485

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Family Farming: A New Economic Vision 1989, Bison Books

ISBN-13: 9780803291942

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Family Farming: A New Economic Vision 1988, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803241565

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