FARMERS: Nice Piece of Change

With youthful Secretary of Agriculture Wallace at the controls, Domestic Allotment was wheeled out of its hangar last week for its first trial flight. The noisy warm-up of its administrative motors made a joyful sound to 1,200,000 U. S. wheat growers whose commodity had been picked for the initial experiment under the Farm Relief Act. The consuming public bated its breath to see how this new theory of economic flight would work. Was it to be one more expensive smash-up like the late Farm Board's attempt at price-pegging? Or was it to be really successful in...

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