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New Deal grown old

20 May 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

The farm bill expands US agriculture subsidies, born in an impoverished world where markets seemed to have failed. The new bill will subsidise the wealthy, provide cash supports even at high prices, damage world trade talks and boost inefficient domestic sugar and cotton cartels.

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