Terrorism, Radicalism, and Populism in Agriculture

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Wiley, 2003 - Business & Economics - 196 pages
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While terrorism in agriculture takes few lives, the misinformation emerging from the rhetoric of anti-globalists, radical environmentalists, and animal welfare extremists costs Americans billions of dollars in lost income every year. This controversial volume illuminates the political, economic, and global effects of these groups on the agricultural industry.


The clear, concise, and readable book discusses specific events and issues, helping readers understand how radical agriculturalists think. Tweeten explains how half truths and false ideologies find their way into our political systems and bring about bad public decisions, increasing losses and causing global repercussions.


Terrorism, Radicalism, and Populism in Agriculture offers enlightenment for anyone involved in business, agriculture, policy-making and politics.

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Luther G. Tweeten is Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Marketing, Policy, and Trade, Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, The Ohio State University, Columbus. An internationally acclaimed agricultural policy economist, Tweeten is the author/co-author of eight books and over 500 journal articles and published papers.

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