By Roger E. Meiners
This e-book pulls again the wrappings that cloak U.S. agriculture and explains how and why politics has affected the normal stewardship position performed through agriculture.
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Once the problem involved tradeoffs among competing values, however, the winner-take-all nature of the public solution was a significant problem. Freeing the solution from the discipline of the market was also problematic. Public sector solutions overcome the free-rider problem but lose the benefits of market discipline. Private associations must motivate their members to participate by delivering real benefits. Public-sector organizations need not. The first attempts by the federal government to disseminate agricultural information, through the U S .
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