Looking at their heavy surplus four
months ago, U.S. wheat farmers voted to let the government set strict
quotas on their 1954 crop (TIME, Aug. 24). Last week it was the cotton
farmer's turn to vote on acceptance of quotas and 90% parity, or reject
them and get only a 50% parity price prop. The result: a record 94%
vote for quotas and price props, well over the two-thirds needed.
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