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From the Publisher“This book will be used in every issues class on collegecampuses and by anyone interested in animal, environmental,globalization, and food and fiber issues.”
—Gail Cramer, Professor of Agricultural Economics andAgribusiness, Louisiana State University—Baton Rouge.
'A fascinating book ...the last chapter gives an excellenthistorical view of farm organizations in the United States,including a great deal of information that few know. about theevolution of farm organizations starting from about 1830.'BioScience September 2003.