The Decline of Agrarian Democracy

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The Decline of Agrarian Democracy

By Grant Mcconnell
University of California Press, 1953
226 pp. $3.75

A study of the transformation of American agrarianism since the beginning of the century: the decline of Populism, the rise of a political power organization in agriculture, especially in the shape of the American Farm Bureau Federation. In general, the author regards these changes with a good deal of apprehension.

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