Roger Johnson

National Farmers Union

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President of the National Farmers Union, an advocacy group for family farmers and ranchers based in Washington, DC; former Agriculture Commissioner of North Dakota

Roger Johnson on KCRW

The Farm Bill dates back to the Great Depression, when family farms were in trouble and many Americans could not afford what they needed to eat.

The Farm Bill and America's Food Supply

The Farm Bill dates back to the Great Depression, when family farms were in trouble and many Americans could not afford what they needed to eat.

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Horror stories about America's food industry go back to Upton Sinclair's novel  The Jungle , published in 1906.

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Horror stories about America's food industry go back to Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle , published in 1906.

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