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THE NATION: Ezra Benson's Harvest

The winter's first freezing storms blew eastward last week down the Rocky Mountain slopes, whipped snow flurries across the Great Plains wheatlands, swirled...

AGRICULTURE: A Blow at Parity

"The spirit of Ezra Benson is certainly in this chamber tonight," gloomed Minnesota's Senator Hubert Humphrey one night last week, as the Senate steamed...

REPUBLICANS: Chance for Glory

In the current attempt of Midwestern Republican Congressmen to get Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson fired from his job, the G.O.P. is faced with 1) a...

AGRICULTURE: Prospect: Foot-Dragging

AGRICULTURE Prospect: Foot-Dragging "There has been more change in agriculture within the lifetime of men now living than in the previous 2,000 years," said...

AGRICULTURE: Apostles to the Farmers

Like all good Mormons, Ezra Taft Benson has served his young man's term (1921-23, in Great Britain) as a missionary for the church. So has his son Reed, 28,...

AGRICULTURE: The Moon & Six Points

Out of the political mist enshrouding U.S. farm policy, doughty Ezra Benson emerged last week with a plan for shrinking overproduction. His plan would keep...

AGRICULTURE: Apostle at Work

(See Cover) When Ezra Taft Benson was asked to become Secretary of Agriculture last fall, he told Dwight Eisenhower: "General, no salary in the world could...

AGRICULTURE: Thwarted Farmer

Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson thinks that trade, not aid, is best for the U.S. farmer. But Benson has been thwarted, temporarily at least, by the...

AGRICULTURE: Dick v. Ezra (Contd.)

There is one fact on the U.S. domestic scene that both Republican and Democratic presidential hopefuls agree upon: Ezra Taft Benson's farm program has resulted...

ELECTIONS: The Fourth Dimension

The special congressional election in Iowa's Fourth District was important enough to bring Governor Herschel Loveless hurrying down from Des Moines. Loveless,...

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