FARMERS: Ticket Dole?

Although the New Deal has striven through AAA I and II to cut crop production for six years, the nation has been steadily faced by a great economic, political, humanitarian dilemma: agricultural plenty existing side by side with human want. To resolve it without dislocating business has proved a ticklish job.

Federal Surplus Commodities Corp. is now spending some $50,000,000 a year buying surpluses and giving them to the poor, which pleases the poor and the farmers but worries the food distributing industry. Last fall Secretary of Agriculture Wallace proposed a bolder "two-price...

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