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Some Catholic traditionalists and fusionists responded gleefully to Tonsor's put-down of the neocons; others, not so much.
Among the most pressing issues is the need for a cost-cost assessment, Tonsor said.
Thus, the true gene flow should be measured by analyzing the actual seeds produced (Tonsor, 1985).
Maternal and seedling samples were subject to starch gel electrophoresis in 1992 and 1994, respectively, using protocols described in Tonsor et al.
More than 20 years ago, Stephen Tonsor of the University of Michigan, in a paper prepared for a conference on higher education, argued that, "Until the United States has a system of full-cost tuition paid by every student, we will not have rationality and order in the university world." He then suggested a program of loans to students for tuition and other educational costs, to be repaid with a tax on future income.
I cannot close without mentioning the recent passing away of Stephen Tonsor. Professor Tonsor was a longtime member of the editorial board of Modern Age and a stalwart supporter of both this journal and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.
With the amount of negative coverage of agricultural issues increasing (Laestadius, Lagasse, Smith, & Neff, 2012; Tonsor & Olynk, 2010), visual rhetoric provides agricultural communicators with a framework to study portrayals of the industry by respected mass media news outlets.
2003; Loureiro and Umberger 2003; Olynk, Tonsor, and Wolf 2010).
Proponents of transparency in modern agricultural production practices must also remember that while exposure to certain practices may increase consumer acceptance, previous research has shown that "why" doesn't always matter in the consumer thought process (Lusk, Norwood, and Pruitt, 2006; Tonsor, Olynk, and Wolf, 2009).