Government takes a hand in the cotton-patch.


Government takes a hand in the cotton-patch.





Place of Publication

New York


Cover title. Contents: The wall of race prejudice set up by the bosses -- The share cropper system of cotton farming -- What happens to our cotton? -- Capitalists fight for world markets -- Russians produce for use -- Hoover makes a mess of it -- Roosevelt makes a "New Deal" of it -- Human boll weevils in Washington -- The checks for plowing cotton given to bosses -- We pay the processing tax in overalls -- Farm relief--Roosevelt style -- How the gyp was worked -- Relieving the cropper by firing him -- The fight for land, homes, and cash -- White and Negro struggle together -- What we are fighting for today -- Action and organization.
Contains illustration (cover).

Extent (Pages, Duration, Dimensions)

20 pages