Rich Land Poor Land

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Rich Land Poor Land

By Stuart Chase
Whittlesey House, 1936
361 pp. $2.50

A good book for rugged individualists to ponder. With his usual vividness, the author first traces the waste of America's natural resources and then outlines a program of national planning whereby further damage can be minimized.

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