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Excerpt from Alabama Rural Communities, Vol. 33: A Study of Chilton County; July, 1940
This age-old prophecy fulfils itself relentlessly against individuals, nations and races.
The southern States under the sponsorship of the Southern Gov ernors' Conference are launching a ten-year program for balanced prog ress. Alabama is having its part in this program. One of the most help ful contributions to this program would be a State-wide inventory show ing just where we are now, and if all of the counties could do what has just been done in Chilton County, we would be well on the way.
In reading this bulletin I was tremendo'usly impressed with the amount of help and the. Kind of help that the authors had, all voluntary. I was interested in the fact that the study was Sponsored by Alabama College at Montevallo and that the Bureau of Agricultural Economics cooperated.
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