COMMODITY SURPLUSES, DECLINING PRICES, AND Low
INCOMES have dominated the agricultural scene in the last decade.
This situation has led to many policy proposals and recommendations.
A leading proposal is "demand expansion"-that is,
increasing food consumption in the United States. The potentials
of this approach are examined in this bulletin.
Wetmore, John M.; Abel, Martin E.; Learn, Elmer W..
Expanding the Demand for Farm Food Products in the United States.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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