Economic Research Institute Study paper
Utah State University
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Consider various countries in the world. Those where the standard of living is high are where the farm sector has been sufficiently productive to release most of the manpower to the industrial and service sectors. Developing countries that include most of the people of the world are bound down to a majority of productive workers in the country producing the basic food and fiber for the rest of the country.
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