Agricultural Land Boom

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Incipient Boom in Aggricultural Lands

Asustained Rise in land values during the last two years has brought warnings from the Department of Agriculture at Washington against speculation in farm lands and against the grave consequences to American agriculture that may follow the collapse of a war-inspired land boom. Economists of the department recall the unprecedented rise in prices of farm lands during and immediately after World War I, the deflation of land values that set in ...

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