SPEAKING FROM VERMONT by George D. Aiken

SPEAKING FROM VERMONT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The governor of Vermont speaks for the Vermonter, particularly the agriculturist, and presents his point of view and experience in New Deal problems of resettlement, agricultural control, labor problems, unemployment, relief, social security, conservation. He shows the ins and the cuts -- and pleads for more emphasis on Cooperatives of all kinds, and on a Republican Party geared to the present crisis. A sane and wise book, salted with philosophy and human sympathies.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1938
Publisher: Stokes