A Study of the Commodity Credit Corporation
Cates, Edward Scott, Department of Economics, University of Virginia
Fulmer, John L., School of Rural Social Economics, University of Virginia
Although the Commodity Credit Corporation was organized just a little over fifteen years ago, the causes of its evolution and the problems which were to be solved, to some extent, by its emergence arose during the period following the first World War. It is generally recognized that during this period agriculture witnessed a period of widespread depression.
MA (Master of Arts)
Commodity Credit Corporation, post-war economy, agricultural economics
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