Two significant issues facing agriculturalists as they prepare to change centuries involve appraisals of agricultural transformations from a global perspective and projections of future developments. Given the interest in international issues, this address includes the dual themes of global perspectives and future developments and inquires how agriculturalists should be preparing for the twenty-first century in view of the internationalization of agriculture. Three topics are addressed: (1) governmental support of production, (2) assistance provided by land grant colleges and universities, and (3) the agendas of agricultural support groups. Commenting on these topics, this address delineates some perspectives for consideration as agriculturalists prepare for the next century.
Terence J. Centner,
Presidential Address: The Internationalization of Agriculture: Preparing for the Twenty-First Century,
73 Neb. L. Rev.
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