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Fighting for the farm : rural America transformed / edited by Jane Adams.

Contributor(s): Adams, Jane (Jane H.).
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, ©2003Description: 1 online resource (vi, 338 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780812201031 (electronic bk.); 0812201035 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- North America | Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- United States | Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Canada | Agriculture and state -- United States | Agriculture and state -- Canada | Agricultural credit -- United States | Agricultural credit -- Canada | Farms, Small -- United States | Farms, Small -- Canada | United States -- Rural conditions | Canada -- Rural conditions | Agricultural innovations -- Environmental aspectsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 338.1/0973 LOC classification: HD1750 | .F54 2003Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
The social economy of development: the state of/and the Imperial Valley / Alan P. Rudy -- From the national policy to continentalism and globalization: the shifting context of Canadian agricultural policies / K. Murray Knuttila -- The contested terrain of swine production: deregulation and reregulation of corporate farming laws in Missouri / Douglas H. Constance, Anna M. Kleiner, J. Sanford Rikoon -- The contingent creation of rural interest groups / Miriam J. Wells -- The origin of the federal Farm Loan Act: issue emergence and agenda-setting in the progressive era print press / Stuart W. Shulman -- Low modernism and the agrarian New Deal: a different kind of state / Jess Gilbert -- The New Deal farm programs: looking for reconstruction in American agriculture / Mary Summers -- The U.S. farm financial crisis of the 1980s / Barry J. Barnett -- The entrepreneurial self: identity and morality in a midwestern farming community / Kathryn Marie Dudley -- Considerably more than vegetables, a lot less than community: the dilemma of community supported agriculture / Laura B. DeLind -- Canadian agricultural policy: liberal, global, and sustainable / Alan Hall -- Constructing genetic engineering in the food and fiber system as a problem: urban social movement organizations as players in agricultural discourse / Ann Reisner -- Eating in the gardens of Gaia: envisioning polycultural communities / Harriet Friedmann.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [287]-324) and index.

The social economy of development: the state of/and the Imperial Valley / Alan P. Rudy -- From the national policy to continentalism and globalization: the shifting context of Canadian agricultural policies / K. Murray Knuttila -- The contested terrain of swine production: deregulation and reregulation of corporate farming laws in Missouri / Douglas H. Constance, Anna M. Kleiner, J. Sanford Rikoon -- The contingent creation of rural interest groups / Miriam J. Wells -- The origin of the federal Farm Loan Act: issue emergence and agenda-setting in the progressive era print press / Stuart W. Shulman -- Low modernism and the agrarian New Deal: a different kind of state / Jess Gilbert -- The New Deal farm programs: looking for reconstruction in American agriculture / Mary Summers -- The U.S. farm financial crisis of the 1980s / Barry J. Barnett -- The entrepreneurial self: identity and morality in a midwestern farming community / Kathryn Marie Dudley -- Considerably more than vegetables, a lot less than community: the dilemma of community supported agriculture / Laura B. DeLind -- Canadian agricultural policy: liberal, global, and sustainable / Alan Hall -- Constructing genetic engineering in the food and fiber system as a problem: urban social movement organizations as players in agricultural discourse / Ann Reisner -- Eating in the gardens of Gaia: envisioning polycultural communities / Harriet Friedmann.

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Jane Adams is Associate Professor of Anthropology and History, Southern Illinois University. She is author of The Transformation of Rural Life in Southern Illinois, 1890-1990 and editor of "All Anybody Wanted of Me Was to Work": The Memoirs of Edith Bradley Rendleman.

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