Politicians, agricultural groups and other interested parties are once again in the midst of an important re-examination of American agricultural policy and its future direction. In anticipation of the 2007 Farm Bill the issues are being discussed in the media and in numerous meetings. The need to renew farm support legislation every few years gives an opportunity to rethink the rationale for a Farm Bill and the focus of such a bill. This edited volume contributes to this unfolding process.
U.S. Agricultural Policy and The 2007 Farm Bill
Stanford, CA: Woods Institute for the Environment Stanford University
March 01, 2007
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