Originally published in 1942, the Rural Reconstruction Association had been working on the rural problem in its various aspects for several years. This republished volume represented the conclusions reached in the face of the urgent problems of war and reconstruction, and outlines a policy based on the widest interests of the nation as a whole. The book contains chapters on policy in the past and present, the post-war policy, and the opposition and support to the policies outlined.
Introduction. 1. The Position To-Day. 2. Policy in the Past and Present. 3. The Nature of the Problem. 4. Post-War Policy. 5. Some Special Issues. 6. Opposition and Support. 7. A Summary and a Comment.
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