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141. Evaluation of the child care food program : final report on the congressionally mandated studies : volume 1 : participation, administrative and food service costs, meal quality (id:46903)

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142. Progress toward eliminating hunger in America (id:CAT80734668)

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143. Summer food and fun (id:5804472)

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144. Food stamp participation of hired farmworker families (id:CAT87202093)

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145. Migrant demonstration project guide : special supplemental food program for women, infants, & children (id:7302016)

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146. Factors related to participation in the food stamp program (id:CAT75662640)

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147. Food stamps for you : introducing Freddie Food Stamp (id:5804421)

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148. Compilation of statutes relating to soil conservation, set aside, acreage diversion : marketing quotas and allotments, wheat certificates, Commodity Credit Corporation, price support, export and surplus removal, Public law 480, crop insurance, sugar payments and quotas, marketing agreements and orders, school lunch, child nutrition, food stamp, and related statutes as of January 1, 1973 (id:CAT87208703)

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149. Jimmy has more fun (id:5804441)

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150. Compilation of statutes relating to soil conservation, marketing quotas and allotments, acreage diversion : soil bank, Commodity Credit Corporation, price support, export and surplus removal, crop insurance, sugar payments and quotas, marketing agreements and orders, school lunch, and related statutes as of January 1, 1963 (id:CAT87209087)

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151. How homemakers can help save food to fight famine (id:5804430)