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AGRICULTURE IN THE APPALACHIAN REGION: 1965-2000

By Dale Colyer

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Revised version of a paper presented at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting in Fort Worth, Texas, January 28-31, 2001Community/Rural/Urban Development,

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