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  • Author:
    Allen J. Matusow
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    0674295005
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    978-0674295001
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    Harvard University Press (January 1, 1967)
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    267 pages
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Harvard historical studies. Harvard Historical Studies 80. Farm Policies and Politics in the Truman Years. In this thorough and lively study, Allen Matusow, tracing the history of government policy on food and agriculture during the Truman administration, relates the process by which the United States government overcame disharmony among its own politicians and farmers to save Europe from famine in the years immediately following World War II. The Department of Agriculture, which had asserted that food will win the war and write the peace, was often reluctant to believe its own slogan.

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Harvard Historical Studies, 80. cilt. Harvard University Press, 1967 - 267 sayfa

Harvard Historical Studies, 80. Harvard University Press, 1967 - 267 sayfa. This innovative, well-written book provides a very different perspective on American foreign policy in the 1910s and 1920s, by highlighting the work of the "peace progressives" in the US Senate. Tam incelemeyi okuyun. 1. The wheat crusade. 20. Agriculture and the death of opa. 38. Telif Hakkı. 8 diğer bölüm gösterilmiyor. Diğer baskılar - Tümünü görüntüle. Harvard Historical Studies, 2. cilt Samuel Bannister Harding Tam görünüm - 1896. Harvard Historical Studies, 5. cilt Charles Gross Tam görünüm - 1897.

Allen J. Matusow, 2012 Finalist, the . Rice for the 2010-11 academic year, Matusow currently is writing a book on Jimmy . Twyman Professor of History and associate director for academic programs at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University.

In this thorough and lively study, Allen Matusow, tracing the history of government policy on food and agriculture during the Truman administration, relates the process by which the United States government overcame disharmony among its own politicians and farmers to save Europe from famine in the years immediately following World War II. The Department of Agriculture, which had asserted that “food will win the war and write the peace,” was often reluctant to believe its own slogan. Elucidating the policies involved in postwar planning for both foreign trade and domestic farm production, Matusow shows how the memorable fear of huge surpluses created by the Depression in the 1930s had affected the attitudes of government officials toward agricultural planning and production from 1945 to 1952.

Interpreting the origins and defeat of the Brannan Plan, the author finds remnants of that policy evident in the current adoption of production payments. Farm Policies and Politics in the Truman Years offers new insight into the creative agricultural policy which emerged, from hesitant beginnings, in Truman's second term.