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April 27, 2009



I think the same advice could be given for rural policy where "rural" often translates into "agriculture".

Suzanne Morse


I couldn't agree more. We did some work this semester on rural policy and for the most part I could not find any silver lining there either. What are you reading that is good on rural development?


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