4—' The Work of the Tenant
Wilfred Eley , The
Rt. Hon. Earl Waldegrave , F. C. James
Following last week's discussion on the work of the landowner, the same three speakers will discuss the position and importance in English agriculture of the tenant farmer. Wilfred Eley is a farmer in South Gloucestershire. After he has put his views, Lord Waldegrave and F. C. James will discuss them from the point of view of the landowner and the agricultural labourer.
Rt. Hon. Earl
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