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American Pulse: Lincoln, Mo.

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American Pulse: Lincoln, Mo.

American Pulse: Lincoln, Mo.

American Pulse: Lincoln, Mo.

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In the second of three stories on the mood of the country, NPR's John Ydstie visits a farm cooperative in Lincoln County, just outside St. Louis. The biggest issue is growth and development, as farm land turning into housing divisions and suburbs. On the national and international front, the war in Iraq is most important - and views are mixed. The economic outlook has brighten a lot in this region with corn and soybean prices up so overall, there's a pretty optimistic outlook.

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