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The United States is reexamining its domestic and international programs in terms of expected priorities in solving various economic and social problems over the next decade. This evaluation is made at a time when problems of numerous groups and sectors of the national economy are growing in intensity. It is made as budget restraints cause some programs to be reconsidered against pressures of program needs in other areas.
Center for Agricultural and Economic Development, Iowa State University
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Agricultural Economics | Agricultural Science | Agronomy and Crop Sciences | Natural Resource Economics
Center for Agricultural and Economic Development, Iowa State University; Upchurch, M. L.; Orazem, Frank; Kelley, Paul L.; Cummings, Ralph W. Jr.; Mayer, Leo V.; Heady, Earl O.; Blakeslee, Leroy; Whittlesey, Norman; Wilcox, Walter W.; Lowenstein, Frank; Tweeten, Luther G.; and Schnittker, John A., "Farm program choices" (1970). CARD Reports. 38.