To Orwell Today,
re: FEEDING FREEDOM'S FOES
I am a university student in California, and am writing a paper on economic sanctions. I would like to use parts of an article you cite on your website "Remembering the Carter Embargo" by Jim Wieremeyer. I cannot find this article anywhere on the internet, nor can I find any good data on the domestic impact of the embargo, including the USDA site. I would really appreciate it if you could let me know where you found this article or perhaps send me a link to it, so that I can use this information in my paper.
The article I excerpted on the USSR grain embargo was taken from "Ag Web". The link address can be seen in full, on the bottom task bar, when you lightly move your mouse over the highlighted blue of Carter Grain Embargo but clicking on it no longer takes you there. So go directly to the address at the beginning of the link, ie "www.agweb.com" and search their website's archives for the October 30, 2002 article about Carter's 1980 Grain Embargo.
All the best,
Thank you, but it did not come up when I searched the AgWeb site, so I just cited it as being from there and found on your website.
That's regrettable that the AgWeb site hasn't archived "Remembering the Carter Embargo" article. But I DID put a fairly large excerpt from it in my article "Feeding Freedoms Foes" which, as you say, you've cited to Orwell Today.
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