FARMERS: Ready-Made Marketing

Bernard Mannes Baruch is not a farmer. He was for years a member of the New York Stock Exchange. He has served in many governmental capacities. He wrote the economic sections of the Versailles Treaty. Lately he has been studying the problems of the farmer.

The product of his studies, a plan for helping grain farmers to market their product, was surprised out of him by newspapers. The Journal of Commerce (Chicago) published an account of Mr. Baruch's plan; so Mr. Baruch decided to give a full and correct account of it himself. The...

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