Corporate tax and nonmonopolistic growcountry ag concerns should be open to interstate compacts by the state compacted to achieve rapid and vigorous returns on commerce, industry and thrift. Perhaps a median corporate (etc?) TAX RATE OF EXPANSIVE OPERATIONS non-incommensurate with Senator Charles Grassley's packers ag bill. Even including measures of extended corporate employees realty needs and their gracing stable productive neighborhoods. I think this amongst the things suggested by James Joyce in reference to parochialism, the jet stream of the Great Lakes and North America, Chicago, Carl Sandburgs Lincoln*, migration, the history of the Northwest Ordinance and why agribusiness of today lay comfortably west yet the agribusiness and industrial hedges and valuation of easter climes are never revisited.