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The Overproduction Trap in U.S. Agriculture: A Study of Resource Allocation from World War I to the Late 1960's emphasizes resource use and efficiency in the agricultural sector and offers facts and analytical concepts of interest to welfare economists, sociologists, and agricultural policy makers. The Overproduction Trap in U.S. Agriculture: A Study of Resource Allocation from World War I to the Late 1960's was originally published in 1972.
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