Agricultural Extension Service ... of the worlda#39;s population on the wherewithal of food, clothing, shelter, vehicles, tools, paper, and a host of other tangible goods. And a national economic policy for the primary goods sector, so distinctive in its make-up, remains an issue of the day ... would mean taking steps to increase employment and redistribute income, the latter mainly by reform of the income tax code.
|Title||:||Economic & Marketing Information for Missouri Agriculture|
|Author||:||University of Missouri. Agricultural Extension Service|