4 edition of The advance of American cooperative enterprise: 1920-1945 found in the catalog.
The advance of American cooperative enterprise: 1920-1945
Joseph Grant Knapp
by Interstate Printers & Publishers in Danville, Ill
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Joseph G. Knapp.|
|LC Classifications||HD1491.U5 K56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||646|
|LC Control Number||72090890|
Du Bois still pushed for African-American cooperative business enterprise—the very point on which his economic program most directly challenged Ransom For Du Bois, "socialization" of the economy meant democratic and popular control over society's wealth and investments. African Americans, lacking a highly stratified class. Author of a trilogy of books that provide most definitive information about the history of co-ops and their leaders that has to date been produced: Rise of American Cooperative Enterprise (Period ); Advance of American Cooperative Experience (Period ) and Great American Cooperators (Biographies of Cooperative Pacemakers).
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OCLC Number: Description: pages 24 cm: Contents: pt. The cooperative exploision: --The opening of an epoch, --Government confronts the agricultural depression, --The Farm Bureau Cooperative marketing plans, --The expansion and subsidence of commodity marketing, --The mainline cooperative movement, --The coming of.
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Raymond R. Zimmerman Files Files at Boulding, Kenneth E., and Martin Pfaff, eds., Redistribution to the Rich and the Poor: The Grants Economics of Income Distribution, Belmont, Wadsworth Publishing Co. Knapp published a two-volume history of the cooperative movement in the United States: The Rise of American Cooperative Enterprise, () and The Advance of American Cooperative Enterprise, ().
He is also the author of numerous other publications, including Farmers in business, studies in cooperative enterprise ( The Advance of American Cooperative Enterprise: By Joseph G. Knapp. Danville, Illinois: The Interstate Printers & Publishers, Inc., Pp. $ Joseph Knapp has made another excellent contribution to economic history with this the second volume of his proposed trilogy on cooperative enterprise.
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Also National. the new approach) is superimposed on Joseph G. Knapp's The Advance of American Cooperative Enterprise,and Walter Wilcox's The Farmer in the Second World War, both studies of agricultural or-ganization that are useful contributions to the literature and whose authors unintentionally reveal much about organizational development.
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The changes also allowed co-ops to play a broader role in rural development.“ In The Advance of American Cooperative Enterprise: Interstate Printers & Publishers, Lauter, David.
(15) For the New Deal cooperative programs, see Paul K. Conkin, Tomorrow a New World: The New Deal Community Program (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, ).
(16) Joseph G. Knapp, The Advance of American Cooperative Enterprise: (Danville, Illinois: Interstate Printers and Publishers, ), ff. A Brief History of Cooperatives in California.
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Chapters 7 through 9 address the characteristics of an economy that foster, or frustrate, the development and adoption of TFP-raising technology. Chapter 7 focuses on property rights and the economic organization of farming — size of farms, land tenure, cooperative enterprise.Helmberger and Sidney Hoos, "Cooperative Enterprise and Organization Theory," Journal of Farm Economies, Vol.
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