THE FAIR DEAL: Moral Right

"MR. FARMER— Sell your corn to the Government for $1.48; store it right on your farm ; then buy your corn to feed for 65¢."

When this ad by a corncrib manufacturer appeared in a country newspaper, the Farm Quarterly figured that many farmers would ask: "Can I really get away with that?" In its spring issue last week, the Quarterly assured U.S. farmers that the ad had suggested a perfectly legal way for farmers to sell their corn and have it too—and make as much as 83¢ a bushel into the bargain.

The Quarterly cited the case of a Jefferson...

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