Spring Planting

May 1957
Time;5/6/1957, Vol. 69 Issue 18, p29
The article focuses on the intention of Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson to have new farm legislation in the U.S. It mentions that Benson hoped for a farm legislation that would enable him to place flexible support levels. It adds that Benson also planned of getting the agricultural groups' support by way of quiet speeches, and to convince the U.S. Congress through persuasion.


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