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AGB 414 Food and Agribusiness Policy Issues

Recommended Reading

New York Times:

One of the regular reading sources for this semester is the New York Times newspaper. The ASU Library has 2 ways to access it. If you plan to be off campus most of the times when you will read it, use the Academic Group Pass version so you can sign in from anywhere.

News Databases

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