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Attitudes Toward Government Involvement in Agriculture: Results of a National Survey

  • Patricia A. Duffy (a1) and Joseph J. Molnar (a1)

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This study reports results from a nation-wide survey of public attitudes toward agriculture. The study focuses on attitudes toward government involvement in agriculture across regions of the county and residential categories.

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Attitudes Toward Government Involvement in Agriculture: Results of a National Survey

  • Patricia A. Duffy (a1) and Joseph J. Molnar (a1)

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