Agricultural Adjustment Acts of 1933 and 1938

Законы о регулировании сельского хозяйства 1933 и 1938 годов
Серия законов, регулирующих производство и продажу сельскохозяйственной продукции. По закону 1933 была создана Администрация регулирования сельского хозяйства [Agricultural Adjustment Administration]; по закону 1938 устанавливались вознаграждения фермерам за оставление земли под парами или отведение земельных участков под пастбища и за участие в программе восстановления почв

English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2013.

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