Letters: Jan. 23, 1928

Not Wheat, But Men

Sirs: In your issue of Jan. 9 you give an illuminating review of the various farm relief plans. On most of them you offer brief and intelligent comment, but you present Farmer Campbell's plan without comment, which makes me half afraid that you favor it. The gist of his plan is to industrialize farming and conduct it on a Ford-factory basis. Under his plan, the agricultural land of America would be held by a comparatively few individuals and corporations, and it would be operated by hired labor, just as steel...

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