Introduction: agriculture between state and market -- The early battles lost: reaching for regulation, 1920-1932 -- Winning supply management: a new deal for agriculture, 1933-1945 -- Shifting agricultural coalitions: sliding back toward the free market, 1945-1975 -- The decline of the South: changing power within U.S. agriculture, 1945-1975 -- Agriculture and the changing world economy: the U.S. food regime, 1945-1990 -- The 1996 FAIR Act: changing U.S. agricultural policy -- Epilogue. After FAIR : a new departure?
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