Labour Party printed pamphlets relating to agricultural policy, 1920-1937
Labour Party printed pamphlets relating to agricultural policy, 1920-1937, including (fols. 1-12, 288-294, 381-388) three by Addison, Why food is dear (London, c.1924), Socialist policy and the problem of the food supply, Socialist League, No. 9 (London, after 1931), and Labour's policy for our countryside (London, July 1937); b (fols. 331-338) Sir Stafford Cripps, The economic planning of agriculture (London, Sept. 1934); (fols. 339-356) A.W. Ashby, The position and problem of the farm worker in England and Wales, International Labour Office (Geneva, 1935).
- Creation: 1920-1937
Language of Materials
MS. Addison dep. d. 8/2
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