Letters, Jul. 10, 1950

Plague of Plenty

Sir:

Your write-up of the farm problem in your June 19 issue was the fairest I have read out side the agricultural press .

CHESTER A. CLARK

Cedar Lake, Ind.

Sir:

Sorry to see such a biased and distorted picture of farming . . .

Farmers are talking, wondering, and seething with falling prices. Living is expensive. Taxes are high. They don't want handouts from politicians. Labor gets new demands. Freights go up. Building materials are jumping. New pests show up ...

Mark this—the Democrats with the Brannan Plan will win unless the...

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