How England Was Saved; History of the Years 1910-1925

TitleHow England Was Saved; History of the Years 1910-1925
Year for Search1908
AuthorsAgricola [pseud.]
Date Published1908
PublisherSwan Sonnenschein & Co
Place PublishedLondon
Annotation

The eutopia that is possible through a series of reforms, particularly in land use and the application of science to agriculture. Argues that to bring about change, it is necessary for them to be considered outside the realm of party politics. As a result, party politics is only allowed four days a month, and government is essentially by a non-political ministry. The Board of Agriculture was reconstituted as the Agricultural Department with a statistical department, a research bureau, and other bureaus studying conditions in England and throughout the world. Experimental Farming Stations were established in every county. Farming as a business. Intensive farming. Heavy use of artificial fertilizer. Written as from 1930.

Pseudonym

Agricola [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

Hathi, L

Full Text

1908 Agricola [pseud.]. How England Was Saved; History of the Years 1910-1925. London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co. Hathi, L

The eutopia that is possible through a series of reforms, particularly in land use and the application of science to agriculture. Argues that to bring about change, it is necessary for them to be considered outside the realm of party politics. As a result, party politics is only allowed four days a month, and government is essentially by a non-political ministry. The Board of Agriculture was reconstituted as the Agricultural Department with a statistical department, a research bureau, and other bureaus studying conditions in England and throughout the world. Experimental Farming Stations were established in every county. Farming as a business. Intensive farming. Heavy use of artificial fertilizer. Written as from 1930.