By Sharon Sala, Mayu Takayama
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He also worries that, as small farmers leave the land, larger corporate entities will take over. His fears are echoed across a region that is reckoned to be dying. In 1930, there were roughly 575,000 farms on the Great Plains, an area that runs roughly from northern Texas to southern Canada, and from eastern Montana eastwards to Illinois (see map). The number dropped steadily over the years until in 1997, according to Myron Gutmann, a professor of history at the University of Michigan, there were only 231,000.
Some small farmers agree that federal payments have helped them stay on the land. But, even as subsidies have increased, farm employment in the 7th district declined by 30% between 1976 and 1998. ” Roughly 20% of farmers, he estimates, are receiving some 80% of the federal subsidies. This 20% also happen to own the largest farms. They are using the federal subsidies mainly to remain viable, but also to bid land away from other farmers. The cap for federal subsidies is very high; so the larger farms get, the more subsidies they receive.
And most Afro-Trinidadians back the People's National Movement. Mixed-race voters, a fifth of the electorate, swing the few marginal seats. Mr Panday's narrow victory in last year's election was tarnished by still-unresolved legal challenges. In September, he lost his parliamentary majority when he sacked three ministers who had accused his government of corruption. Another former minister is on trial for corruption and murder. The appeal court ruled recently that the prime minister had shown bias in the awarding of cellular-telephone licences.