During 1923 and 1924, Branson spent twelve months in Europe studying the country-end of things in Germany, Denmark, and France--not the great cities and industrial areas but the farm people, homes, systems, and practices; the country communities, institutions, and agencies; and the standards of living in the rural regions of these three countries. His book reports on his findings concerning the life and business among the farm populations of these countries. Originally published in 1924.
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