Structure of Agriculture: The Policy Issue

Harold F. Breimyer
1973 Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics  
Each generation believes it has a monopoly on crises. Its spokesmen declare how exceptional are the perils of its day. Crossroads are invariably said to loom ahead. It is, therefore, with diffidence that I declare my uneasy feeling that our nation is approaching a crisis decision as to the kind of economy and kind of government that are to prevail through ending years of our century. I am not timid to the point of silence because I have not customarily played a Cassandra role. My direst
more » ... have been of prospective demise of central markets for setting cattle prices.
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