A comprehensive study of the co-operative marketing movement in Ontario in the early twentieth century. The book explores the history and development of co-operative marketing, the challenges faced by farmers in the region, and the innovative solutions that were developed to overcome these challenges. Written in clear and accessible language, the book is an essential resource for anyone interested in the history of agriculture and the co-operative movement in Canada.
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