A farmer harvests corn in the midwest, where many crops are heavily subsidized. Ten percent of farmers get 79 percent of taxpayer-funded subsidies with no discernible benefit for the poor.
A farmer harvests corn in the midwest, where many crops are heavily subsidized. Ten percent of farmers get 79 percent of taxpayer-funded subsidies with no discernible benefit for the poor. Seth Perlman AP
A farmer harvests corn in the midwest, where many crops are heavily subsidized. Ten percent of farmers get 79 percent of taxpayer-funded subsidies with no discernible benefit for the poor. Seth Perlman AP

If farm subsidies don’t reach the poor, are they justified?

January 19, 2017 05:21 PM

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