Increasing Understanding Of Public Problems And Policies 1997; An Executive Summary; Highlights Of The 1997 National Public Policy Education Conference, Charleston, Sc, September 21-24, 1997
Includes: Industrialization of Agriculture, by Terry N. Barr and Ed McMillan; Welfare Reform, by Julie Paradis, James Clark, and Bonnie Braun; The Changing Nature of Rural Communities, by Thomas G. Johnson and James K. Scott, Kenneth E. Stone, Philip Martin, and Dennis U. Fisher; The Future of Land Grant Universities, by I. Miley Gonzalez, Jon Wefald, Bud Webb, Michael J. Phillips, and LeRoy Luft; Agricultural Policy at the End of the 20th Century, by Luther Tweeten and Eugene Paul; Administering Environmental Law: Impacts of Private Landowners and Public Uses, by Bruce Yandle and Lawrence W. Libby
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