Breadlines knee deep in wheat: food assistance in the Great Depression

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Rutgers University Press, 1986 - Business & Economics - 306 pages
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Breadlines knee deep in wheat: food assistance in the Great Depression

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This book provides historical perspective on two of today's important public issues: farm income and hunger. It analyzes the origins of a national food assistance policy during the Thirties, when an ... Read full review

Contents

ONE The Plight of the Farmer
1
Deprivation and Despair
16
THREE The Politics of Wheat and Drought
35
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