Cornbelt Rebellion: The Farmers' Holiday Association
University of Illinois Press, 1965 - Agriculture - 239 pages
An audience for the agitators; Uncle reuben at the crossroads; A movement like wildfire; We must lead them; More militant all the time; An Agrarian revolution.
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Two UNCLE REUBEN AT THE CROSSROADS
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