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PBS NEWSHOUR

Should U.S. Have Monopoly on Food Sent Abroad to Aid?

  • Aired: 04/24/2013
  • 07:51
  • Rating: NR
As the USAID announces a new budget proposal that reallocates food aid funding from American farmers to more global sources, Margaret Warner gets views from Ellen Levinson of the Alliance for Global Food Security and former USAID administrator Andrew Natsios.
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