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Co-operation in Danish Agriculture

Nature volume 130, page 331 (03 September 1932) | Download Citation

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IT is not surprising that the first edition of Mr. Faber's excellent book is exhausted and that a second edition should be called for. In this he has embodied the results collected by Mr. Hertel and published in 1929, so that he has been able to bring his information up to date; he has also incorporated material from recent official statistical publications in Denmark. The book appears at an opportune moment, when the agricultural policy of Great Britain is being seriously reconsidered, and when the co-operative methods which have done so much for Denmark are being studied with the view of seeing if they would not prove equally helpful here, at any rate with appropriate modifications. Mr. Faber's account is authoritative, lucid, and impartial; the book can be commended to all students of agricultural problems.

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