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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Farmers in a changing world. Yearbook of Agriculture, 1940. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1940


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1227 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10513
House document / 76th Congress, 3rd session. House ; no. 695
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 76th Congress, no. 695
Notes The first four pages of this publication are unpaginated. Roman numerals in the Contents Note refer to numerical order of unpaginated pages.
Table of contents, p. VII.
Farmers in a changing world: A summary, by Gove Hambidge, p. 1.
The farmer's changing world, by F.F. Elliott, p. 103.
Old ideals versus new ideas in farm life, by Paul H. Johnstone, p. 111.
American agriculture: The first 300 years, by Everett E. Edwards, p. 171.
Agriculture in the World War period, by A.B. Genung, p. 277.
The development of agricultural policy since the end of the World War, by Chester C. Davis, p. 297.
Agricultural surpluses and nutritional deficits, by J.P. Cavin, Hazel K. Stiebeling, and Marius Farioletti, p. 329.
The farmer's stake in greater industrial production, by Louis H. Bean, p. 342.
The city man's stake in the land, by Arthur P. Chew, p. 366.
Agriculture today: An appraisal of the agricultural problem, by O.V. Wells, p. 385.
Our major agricultural land use problems and suggested lines of action, by L.C. Gray, p. 398.
The challenge of conservation, by Bushrod W. Allin and Ellery A. Foster, p. 416.
Our soil can be saved, by H.H. Bennett, p. 429.
The new range outlook, by W.R. Chapline, F.G. Renner, and Raymond Price, p. 441.
Forest-resource conservation, by R.E. Marsh and William H. Gibbons, p. 458.
Farm-management problems in an era of change, by Sherman E. Johnson, p. 489.
The influence of technical progress on agricultural production, by R.S. Kifer, B.H. Hurt, and Albert Thornbrough, p. 509.
The place of forests in the farm economy, by Burt P. Kirkland, p. 533.
Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, and commodity loans as means of agricultural adjustment, by J.B. Hutson, p. 551.
The meaning of foreign trade for agriculture, by Arthur P. Chew, p. 566.
Reciprocal trade agreements: A new method of tariff making, by L.A. Wheeler, p. 585.
Methods of increasing agricultural exports, by H.B. Boyd, p. 596.
The industrial market for farm products, by W.B. Van Arsdel, p. 606.
Reducing the costs of food distribution, by A.C. Hoffman and F.V. Waugh, p. 627.
Marketing-agreement programs as a means of agricultural adjustment, by B.A. Holt and D.M. Rubel, p. 638.
Thirty million customers for the surplus, by Milo Perkins, p. 650.
Barriers to internal trade in farm products, by E. L. Burtis and F.V. Waugh, p. 656.
Standardization and inspection of farm products, by C.W. Kitchen, p. 667.
Cooperative marketing by farmers, by E.A. Stokdyk, p. 684.
The growth of farm-city cooperative associations, by Sidney N. Gubin, p. 706.
The transportation problem of agriculture, by Ralph L. Dewey and James C. Nelson, p. 720.
Agricultural credit, by E.C. Johnson, p. 740.
Crop insurance, by William H. Rowe and Leroy K. Smith, p. 755.
Rural taxation, by Eric Englund, p. 771.
Rural electrification, by Robert T. Beall, p. 790.
New conditions demand new opportunities, by Raymond C. Smith, p. 810.
The rural people, by O.E. Baker and Conrad Taeuber, p. 827.
Patterns of living of farm families, by Day Monroe, p. 848.
Overcrowded farms, by W.W. Alexander, p. 870.
Farm tenancy, by Paul V. Maris, p. 887.
Farm labor in an era of change, by William T. Ham, p. 907.
Beyond economics, by M.L. Wilson, p. 922.
Trends in national farm organizations, by DeWitt C. Wing, p. 941.
Cultural anthropology and modern agriculture, by Robert Redfield and W. Lloyd Warner, p. 983.
Democracy in agriculture: Why and how? by Rensis Likert, p. 994.
The cultural setting of American agricultural problems, by Ralph Turner, p. 1003.
Education for rural life, by Edwin R. Embree, p. 1033.
The contribution of sociology to agriculture, by Carl C. Taylor, p. 1042.
A philosophy of life for the American farmer (and others), by William Ernest Hocking, p. 1056.
Public information and preservation of democracy, by Alfred D. Stedman, p. 1075.
Science and agricultural policy, by T. Swann Harding, p. 1081.
Schools of philosophy for farmers, by Carl Taeusch, p. 1111.
Old and new in agricultural organization, by Milton Eisenhower and Roy I. Kimmel, p. 1125.
Cooperative land use planning: A new development in democracy, by Ellery A. Foster and Harold A. Vogel, p. 1138.
Some essentials of a good agricultural policy, by H.R. Tolley, p. 1159.
Appendix, p. 1184.
A brief chronology of American agricultural history, by Dorothy C. Goodwin and Paul H. Johnstone, p. 1184.
Index, p. 1197.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2008. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
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Other author Alexander, W.W.
Allin, Bushrod W.
Baker, O.E., (Oliver Edwin)
Beall, Robert T.
Bean, Louis H.
Bennett, Hugh H., (Hugh Hammond)
Boyd, H.B.
Burtis, Edgar L., (Edgar Lewis)
Cavin, J.P.
Chapline, W.R.
Chew, Arthur P., (Arthur Percy)
Davis, Chester C., (Chester Charles)
Dewey, Ralph L.
Edwards, Everett Eugene.
Eisenhower, Milton Stover.
Elliott, F.F., (Foster Floyd)
Embree, Edwin R.
Englund, Eric.
Farioletti, Marius.
Foster, Ellery A.
Genung, Albert Benjamin.
Gibbons, William H.
Goodwin, Dorothy C.
Gray, L.C.
Gubin, Sidney N.
Ham, William T.
Hambidge, Gove.
Harding, T. Swann.
Hocking, William Ernest.
Hoffman, Austin Clair.
Holt, Budd A.
Hurt, B.H.
Hutson, John B.
Johnson, E.C.
Johnson, Sherman E.
Johnstone, Paul H.
Kifer, R.S., (Russell Stanley)
Kimmel, Roy I.
Kirkland, Burt P.
Kitchen, C.W., (Clarence William)
Likert, Rensis.
Maris, Paul V.
Marsh, R.E.
Monroe, Day.
Nelson, James C.
Perkins, Milo.
Price, Raymond.
Redfield, Robert.
Renner, Frederic Gordon.
Rowe, William H.
Rubel, Donald M.
Smith, Leroy K.
Smith, Raymond C.
Stedman, Alfred D.
Stiebeling, Hazel K.
Stokdyk, E.A., (Ellis Adolph)
Taeuber, Conrad.
Taeusch, Carl F., (Carl Frederick)
Taylor, Carl C., (Carl Cleveland)
Thornbrough, Albert A.
Tolley, Howard Ross.
Turner, Ralph.
Van Arsdel, Wallace B.
Vogel, Harold A.
Warner, W. Lloyd, (William Lloyd)
Waugh, Frederick V.
Wells, Oris Vernon.
Wheeler, L.A.
Wilson, M.L., (Milburn Lincoln)
Wing, DeWitt C.
United States. Department of Agriculture.
Subject Agricultural credit.
Agricultural industries.
Agricultural innovations.
Agricultural production.
Agricultural research.
Federal aid to agriculture.
Forest management.
Land policy.
Rural and farm life.
Rural electrification.
Trade regulation.
Annual Reports.
Executive Department Publications.