Food and Social Policy, I: Proceedings of the 1976 Midwestern Food and Social Policy Conference, Volume 1
Food and the future of civilization; Generalists and specialists; Corporate agriculture and the family farm; The question of triage - Who shall die?; The role of food in foreign affairs; Food as the foundation of civilization; food and celebration; Intraindustrial communications in agribusiness; Feeding animals versus feeding people; Agricultural policy for the United States; Feasibility of a food reserve system; Farm-retail price spread; Closed cities issue; Grain spection; Regulation and the market system; Research and education in agriculture; Urban expansion versus black soil.
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GENERALISTS AND SPECIALISTS
CORPORATE AGRICULTURE AND THE FAMILY FARM
Oren Lee Staley president 195576 National
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