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In a positive way, through inspirational articles. (16.13 %) Agriculture? I hardly ever read anything about it. (22.58 %) Articles only focus on farm murders, farmers leaving the country, or strikes. (61.29 %) Articles only focus on farm murders, farmers leaving the country, or strikes. (61.29 %) In a positive way, through inspirational articles. (16.13 %) Agriculture? I hardly ever read anything about it. (22.58 %) Articles only focus on farm murders, farmers leaving the country, or strikes. (61.29 %)
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