FARMERS: A. F. B. F.

In Chicago, the A. F. B. F., which means the American Farm Bureau Federation, one of the most influential farmer organizations, held its sixth annual convention in Chicago. One of the resolutions adopted commended President Coolidge because he "has been very considerate of farmer-minded men in his appointments of members of commissions and boards."

"Farmer-minded" is a good adjective, but it needs specific definition for the public. There is perhaps no better exposition of what that compound word means than the program laid down by the convention which used the word:

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