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Articles, 1912 - 1920

 File — Box: Communal Collections 9, Placement: 09, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSA 165

Scope and Contents

The articles include:

Marquis, J. Clyde (1912). “Social Significance of the Agricultural Press.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 40, no. 1, Mar. 1912, pp. 158–162.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). Packer vs. Producer. The Country Gentleman, February 21, 1920.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). The Joker in Cost of Production: Price Fixing Has Uncovered the Deception in the Use of Averages. The Country Gentleman, February 28, 1920, pp. 32, 34.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). The Country-Life Question Revived: After Several Delays a National Monument to Improve Farm Life is Getting Under Way. The Country Gentleman, March 6, 1920, p. 42.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). Made-in-America Fertilizers: May be the Way to Meet the Growing Deficit in Fertility. The Country Gentleman, March 13, 1920, pp. 9, 88, 90.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). Farmers in Politics.The Country Gentleman, April 1920, p. 22.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). The Radical Minority: Farmers Represented by the Farmers' National Council and Related Bodies. The Country Gentleman, April 24, 1920, pp. 26, 28, 79.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). Congress Makes Haste Slowly: Some Cases Where Delay Lead to Better Legislation. The Country Gentleman, May 8, 1920, p. 24.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). How Congressmen Vote: Who are the Farmer's Friends in Congress and How Do They Care for His Needs? The Country Gentleman, May 22, 1920, pp. 3-4, 20, 22.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). The Tax Load: Will the Burden be Passed Along and Fall Too Heavily on the Man on the Land? The Country Gentleman, June 12, 1920, pp. 15, 46, 48, 50.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). What Has Congress Been Doing? The Country Gentleman, June 19, 1920, p. 24.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). Congress and the Farmers' Lobby: A New and True Barometer of National Sentiment is Provided by Farm Organization. The Country Gentleman, June 26, 1920, pp. 15, 34, 36.

Marquis, J. Clyde (1920). Will the Department Survive? The Things That Congress and the H.C.L. Have Done to It. The Country Gentleman, July 24, 1920, pp. 3-4, 22, 26.


  • 1912 - 1920

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