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Agricultural rationalization: the fate of family farmers in post-war Britain

, : Agricultural rationalization: the fate of family farmers in post-war Britain. Index to Theses accepted for Higher Degrees in the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland 36(4): p.1487

This thesis investigates the changing position of family farmers in modern Britain, focusing in particular on their changing economic position and on strategies devised by family-based farming enterprises to adapt to this change. The thesis contends that the conventional wisdom according to which a 'small farm problem' is identified is misleading on two main counts.

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