Agricultural legislation in first Wilson administration

August 2017
Agricultural Legislation in First Wilson Administration;8/1/2017, p1762
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Presents the August 11, 1916 letter of President Woodrow Wilson to South Carolina Representative Asbury F. Lever, which briefly summarizes the Wilson adminsitration's record on agriculture. Lever, the chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture, citing the letter on August 15, 1916 at a session of the US House of Representatives.


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