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They show that the per capital income of the agricultural population has fallen despite massive investments in agriculture, a fact they attribute largely to uneconomic policies and institutions. Page 3 Farming in the Lower Medjerda Valley Roderic William Dutton Introduction An article devoted to wheat dry-farming is of special significance in the Tunisian economy for two reasons. First, in the north of Tunisia,1 wheat, and the fallow which is often found in rotation with wheat, is the major crop, so its success or failure has a profound effect on the rural economy.
A. D. in Middle Eastern Studies and geography at the University of Chicago. He has travelled extensively throughout North Africa and has done independent field research in Tunisia. His monograph, Ksar and Madina: A Tunisian Community in Village and City appears in the Research Series of the Department of Geography, University of Chicago. Russell A. Stone: Dr. Stone is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. A. D. in sociology and Near East studies from Princeton University.
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