Plowed Under : Food Policy Protests and Performance in New Deal America.
During the Great Depression, with thousands on bread lines, farmers were instructed by the New Deal Agricultural Adjustment Act to produce less food in order to stabilize food prices and restore the market economy. Fruit was left to rot on trees, crops were plowed under, and millions of piglets and...
|Published:||Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, 2014.|
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