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The Nation

December 18, 1985

Farmers demanding a moratorium on foreclosures stormed a farm credit office in Mankato, Minn., and kept it chained shut for six hours, but they agreed to leave with a promise that Gov. Rudy Perpich would sit down and discuss their problems. About 12 farmers from the group Groundswell seized the Production Credit Assn. office when it opened for business and chained the doors to highlight their credit concerns.

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