Rural Land Tenure in the United States: A Socio-Economic Approach to Problems, Programs, and Trends

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Subject Index
Abstracting costs, 152, 153
Acceptance of innovations process, stages in, 209
Acreage allotments, 80
Acreage reserve, 82
Agrarianism, 49
Agregados of Brazil, 31
Agribusiness, 226
Agricultural Act of 1956, p. 82
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, pp. 77, 79
Agricultural Conservation Program, 72, 73, 178
Agricultural Credits Act of 1933, p. 59
Agricultural employment, 94-97
Agricultural ladder, 35, 92, 101, 113
Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, pp. 81, 82
Agricultural research, public sponsorship of, 55
Agricultural Research Service, 56
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, 72
Airspace, value of, 194
Amish, 192
Appropriation doctrine, 136
Aquiares, 38
Arbor Day, birth of, 170
Area Redevelopment Act, 88
Arkansas Water Study Commission, 142
Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act of 1937, pp. 60, 61, 64
Brazos River Authority, 144
Bundle of rights, 7, 117
Bureau of Employment Security, 96
Bureau of Land Management, 190, 202, 203
Bureau of Reclamation, 70, 139
Carney Act of 1894, p. 69
Child labor laws, 95
Civilian Conservation Corps, 178
Collective farms, 42, 43
Colonos, 38, 39
Commercial properties, values of, 193
Commission on Inland Waterways, 171
Commodities

mandatory basic, 79

mandatory nonbasic, 79

permissive nonbasic, 79

Commodity Stabilization Service, 72
Community, 32, 33, 34
Community of fate, 12
Community services, 50
Congress of Confederation, 49
Conservation, 68

antitrust legislation as related to, 185

changing attitudes toward, 243

cost of, 184, 185

definition of, 168

education essentials for, 185

effect of antitrust laws on, 179

farmers' attitudes toward, 180

flood prevention and watershed protection, 74

historical background of, 169-73

investment and disinvestment for, 184

multipurpose, cost of, 71

obstacles to, 180

of biological resources, 181

of flow resources, 181

of forests, 184

of fund resources, 181

of minerals, 183

public policies for, 185

remedies for, 180

ripening period for, 177

taxation to encourage, 185

tenure problems relating to, 173

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