Talk:Agricultural policy of the United States

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Influences[edit]

"for example, California, New York and Texas have the largest populations, but only have two senators each. Those states also represent a substantial proportion of the United States' agricultural output."

Some points that need editing and citation: 1) New York is ranked pretty low in agricultural output. 2) What constitutes a "substantial proportion"? 20%?

69.181.166.195 (talk) 02:25, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

Somebody seems to have disagreed with the conclusion of this section (which I drew from the source "Food and Agricultural Policy"), so they tried to make their own, un-supported argument. I've reverted this section back to its original version. johnpseudo 12:03, 14 June 2011 (UTC)