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Public Law 480, Food Aid

Public Law 480, or the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, was enacted by the Eisenhower administration as a means for relieving American farmers of surplus production. The act allocated the majority of surplus commodities to “friendly nations,” and ...

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