The unessential air service program

posted by
August 31, 2011
Future of Freedom Foundation
by Laurence M. Vance  
Posted in Commentary

"During the Great Depression, the New Deal program known as the Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) paid certain farmers not to grow corn, wheat, cotton, rice, peanuts, and tobacco in order to control their supply and drive up their prices. The money paid to farmers came from a tax imposed on processors of farm products. In the Soviet Union that was called central planning; in the United States it was called giving farmers 'parity.'" (08/30/11)  

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