Human Factors in Cotton Culture
By Rupert B. Vance
Approx. 360 pp., 5 x 8.5
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-4488-2
Published: July 2018
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This volume presents the actual conditions faced by the cotton farmer of the South. Victim of the one-crop system, preyed upon by the weather, the weevil, the market, and politics, his lot is a speculative one. Vance analyzes the cotton culture complex shrewdly, sympathetically, and soundly. His book is a rare combination of sound economics and human interests.
Originally published in 1929.
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