“No worse policy can be imagined than the continuance of wild and unreasoned statements that there is too much wheat.... limitation of production may end in a serious shock to modern civilization”By W. W. SWANSON18 min
He grew up with the West—laborer, homesteader, rancher, cattle buyer, meat packer—and now his seventy-fifth birthday finds him one of the West’s dominant business figuresBy ELIZABETH BAILEY PRICE17 min
What with the tariff, the Economic Conference, the conversion loan, the St, Lawrence waterway, silver, the wheat problem, estimate slashing, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Bennett surely has his hands fullBy A POLITICIAN WITH A NOTEBOOK14 min
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