Wheat and Trade

The Chicago Board of Trade has had its troubles ever since the War. As a result of the speculative crash in the grain markets in 1920, the "farm bloc" imposed many new restrictions upon the organized grain market, and farm organizations have resolved to assume control of the free and open grain market or else deliberately put it out of business.

The movement among farmers to own country grain elevators cooperatively dates back many years. Now it has advanced upon the mammoth Chicago grain elevator companies also....

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