This volume focuses on the basic dilemma inherent in the formulation and implementation of agricultural policies in the United States: many of the best short-term options are the worst ones for the long run, and vice versa. The study begins with an overview of the world food problem, including both the negative and positive issues that give rise to
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Mcclintock, David W.
Table of ContentsOther Titles of Interest -- The Many Faces of the Global Food Problem -- The Climatic Variable -- Population and Food -- U.S. Food in an Interdependent World -- Policy Priorities and Political Realities