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Description

The Third Annual Farm Policy Review Conference attempted to reconsider carefully the nature of the farm problem, emerging new facts, the objectives and nature of policy as actually executed, and possible alternatives to present policy. The object was to discuss these matters in an academic environment, to provide an educational experience for all attending.

Publication Date:

12-1962

Publisher:

Center for Agricultural and Economic Adjustment, Iowa State University

City:

Ames, IA

Disciplines:

Agribusiness | Agricultural and Resource Economics | Agricultural Economics | Agricultural Education | Economics | Higher Education | Other Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Rural Sociology