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Among my Uncle Arnold’s papers was a program from a national convention that included a picture with this caption: “WHICH WAY RURAL AMERICA,” theme of the Minneapolis convention, was portrayed in a huge, colorful backdrop. It showed a small rural town and surrounding farms on one panel; the same town broken down and surrounded by a huge corporation farm on the other. The speech by Tony T. Deschant, national president, urged farm people to work closely on farm problems with those in small towns and cities tied to agriculture. In working closely with others who care about what happens to rural America, he said, ‘we can multiply ourselves many times over.’”

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