April 24, 2015
Marvin Horne doesn’t look like a man in open rebellion against the United States government, but the 70-year-old raisin farmer and his wife Laura have had enough. If they get their way, they’re not going to let the U.S. Raisin Administrative Committee take their raisins anymore.
Yes, there’s a Raisin Administrative Committee.
This week, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Horne’s case challenging the Raisin Administrative Committee. It’s the New-Deal case that took 80 years to bring...
Read the full article at the Cato Institute: Rebel Farmers and Government Cartels: How the New Deal Cartelized U.S. Agriculture