Very Good. 0813116368 University of Kentucky Press hardcover w/ DJ, 1988. Book is VG to VG+, w/ clean text, tight binding; p.o. 's name on ffep. DJ is VG, w/ very light edge/shelf wear. Free delivery confirmation.
As New. 1988 1st Ed As New HB in Like DJ 6.2 x 9.5 282pp, index Examines farm families in Iowa and California's Central Valley with regard to their farming methods, land tenure, inheritance practices, use of credit, and community relations. ISBN 0-8131-1 636-8.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. The farm family is a unique institution, perhaps the last remnant, in an increasingly complex world, of a simpler social order in which economic and domestic activities were inextricably bound together. In the past few years, however, American agriculture has suffered huge losses, and family farmers have seen their way of life threatened by economic forces beyond their control. At a time when agriculture is at a crossroads, this study provides a needed historical perspective on the problems family farmers have faced since the turn of the century. Red cloth with black spine lettering. No writing in the book. x, 282pp., index. Solid copy. Full refund if not satisfied.
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