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Agricultural Systems of Middle Europe
Agricultural Systems of Middle Europe
By O. S. Morgan
Macmillan, 1933, 424 pp.

The volume consists of essays on agricultural conditions and policies in the Succession States and in the Balkans. Each contribution is written by an expert and consists not merely of descriptive material, but of a critical examination of agrarian policies and suggestions for remedying the régime of extreme nationalism. Much little-known material is presented in the book, which for the first time supplies within two covers a picture of the most urgent problem of a large part of Europe.