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Protecting Markets: U.S. Policy And The World Grain Trade
Protecting Markets: U.S. Policy And The World Grain Trade
By Ronald T. Libby
Cornell University Press, 1992, 152 pp.

Argumentation, plus detailed evidence on some points, help to illustrate but do not really suffice to prove the author's thesis that subsidizing grain exports "is an effective instrument of foreign policy" that has given the United States "political leverage" over the European Community.