National Affairs: New Enlistment

AAA's cotton and corn-hog restriction programs for next year were last week announced by AAAdministrator Chester C. Davis. Their prime points:

1) Farmers must agree to reduce their cotton plantings 30% to 45% below "normal," their corn plantings 10% to 30%. They need not reduce the number of hogs they raise, must merely agree not to raise more than the normal number. So that AAA cannot in future be charged with paying men for raising nothing whatever, cotton farmers must raise at least 50% of their normal crop, corn farmers 25%, hog raisers 50%.


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