The only resource available to the governments of the newly independent territories upon which they might build national economies was agriculture. As there was no entrepreneurial class in the rural societies, the government itself had to create the necessary infrastructure and provide the stimulus for agricultural development. The result was a rash of development projects and other measures designed to bring about rural reorganization of the farmers. The policy called for profound change in both social structure and farming practice.
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- Agricultural Policy
Professor Dr. Christian J. M. G. Pieri
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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