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The study of laws and institutions that have developed to reflect unique characteristics of agriculture, including the importance of land as a productive input, recognition that the agricultural output is of such social and political importance that normal roles of government in fostering competition are reserved in favor of policies that facilitate collusion and collective action, and the historic social preference on favor of relatively small scale family farms.

Keith Meyer, et. al. 


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