Consumers' Cooperation in European Countries

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Cooperatives and the Anti-Monopoly Issue

Keen Interest on the part of the Roosevelt administration in promoting a more rapid growth of consumers' cooperation in the United States was signified by the appointment by the President, on June 23, 1936, of a special commission to study consumers' cooperation in European countries.1 In the interval between the commission's appointment and its departure for Europe, July 1, the Democratic National Convention adopted a platform plank promising that: “We will act to secure to the consumer fair value, honest sales, ...

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