16 San Joaquin Agric. L. Rev. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/sjlar16 and id is 1 raw text is: SAN JOAQUIN
AGRICULTURAL LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 16                          2006-2007                    NUMBER 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLE
FAMILY FARM SUCCESSION PLANNING:
BALANCING PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY WITH
CLIENT NEEDS FOR HELP WITH FAMILY
RELATIONSHIP ISSUES... John C. Becker, Matthew S. Kaplan and Jon Nussbaum  1
COMMENTS
EXAMINING THE LAWS AFFECTING THE CHILD FARM WORKER
AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE AMERICAN TAXPAYER ................ Dede J. Agrava  37
THE LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATOR:
NATIONAL UNIFORMITY FOR FOOD ACT ........................ Wendy Aguilar 57
FOOD FOR THOUGHT OR TERROR:
THE LEGAL ISSUES SURROUNDING AGROTERRORISM ..... Dr. Sheila Fleischhacker 79
CONCRETE VINEYARDS AND BIG-Box SPRAWL:
PRESERVING FARMLAND AND RURAL COMMUNITIES
IN CALIFORNIA'S CENTRAL VALLEY .......................... Rhea Y Ikemiya 103
FROM BRACERO TO H-2A SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY SHEEPHERDERS:
LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE FAILURE OF OUR
NATION'S GUEST WORKER PROGRAMS ................. Patrick C. McManaman 127
THE CLEAN WATER ACT'S APPLICATION TO CRANBERRY GROWERS:
THE BURDENED STEWARDS OF THE ENVIRONMENT ............. Brooke Sorensen 151
HIDDEN CARGO: A CAUTIONARY TALE ABOUT
AGROTERRORISM AND THE SAFETY OF IMPORTED PRODUCE ......... Adam Stirrup 171
RURAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS STRUGGLE TO MEET THE
DEMANDS OF No CHILD LEFT BEHIND ...................... Marjorie L. Webb 191
LAND USE AND AGRICULTURAL EXCEPTIONALISM .................... Peter J. Wall 219
BOOK REVIEW
REVIEW OF CAPERS IN THE CHURCHYARD.......................... Amy K. Guerra 239

Copyright  2007 by San Joaquin College of Law

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