The law and the farmer

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Show simple item record Kimball, Charles Augustus 2017-09-20T21:27:13Z 2017-09-20T21:27:13Z
dc.description Citation: Kimball, Charles Augustus. The law and the farmer. Senior thesis, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1893.
dc.description.abstract Introduction: The history of the human race abounds in stories of oppression, caused by the existing state of society, towards the tillers of the soil. There is a feeling deep down in the hearts and minds of the masses, that for centuries, though the powers of government, the wealth producing classes have been misused. For years past, this feeling has pervaded the nation, and a constantly increasing murmur, especially from farmers, is arising against the upper classes, against other trades and professions, but most bitterly against the lawmakers and laws of the land as discriminating in favor of the wealthy and against the wealth producer. Many believe as a result of unjust laws, licensed fraud, and public corruption that the agricultural industry is so depressed that those who follow it can barely maintain a struggling existence and are rapidly approaching bitter ruin.
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dc.subject History
dc.subject Oppression
dc.subject Government
dc.subject Wealth
dc.subject Unjust laws
dc.title The law and the farmer
dc.type Text 1893
dc.subject.AAT Theses
dc.subject.AAT Manuscripts (documents)

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