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July 28, 1934

National Policies Affecting Rural Life: Proceedings of the Sixteenth American Country Life Conference, Blackburg, Virginia, August 1-4, 1933. Cloth

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Price, $2. Pp. 152. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, for the American Country Life Association, 1934.

JAMA. 1934;103(4):284. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750300058035

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Abstract

The addresses reported include "World Agriculture" by Henry A. Wallace, "The National Policy Needed" by Norman Thomas, "Agricultural World Economy" by Wallace McClure, "International Debts and Monetary Policies" by Leo Pasvolsky, and "World Trade Barriers" by Lynn R. Edminister. There is a round table report on "Rural Health and Welfare" by Katherine F. Lenroot of the Children's Bureau, which states the problem and summarizes conditions and the institutions supplying medical care in rural neighborhoods. The participation of the federal government in state and local welfare services is urged.

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