Two leading American agricultural economists help explain what is wrong. Hillman provides an extraordinary amount of material on the inevitable international results of domestic farm policies that keep the world market at bay. Schultz's contributors show some of the ways these policies produce poor results. The chances of improvement on some of these points are better than those of breakthroughs in international negotiations.
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