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SELECTED AND EDITED
JAMES CLOYD BOWMAN, A.M.
LOUIS I. BREDVOLD, A.M.
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH OF THE
IOWA STATE COLLEGE
D. C. HEATH & CO., PUBLISHERS
This opportunity is taken to return special thanks to those who have so generously granted permission to reprint copyrighted essays, - to the Independent for "The New Farming
“ Generation” by Charles M. Harger; to The Nation for the editorial, “ Country Life Problems; to The Annals of the American Academy and to the author, John M. Gillette, for “Conditions and Needs of Country Life;" to Harper's Magazine for “The Rural Reformation” by Robert W. Bruère; to Ginn and Company for “Problems of Rural Social Life" by Thomas Nixon Carver; to the Macmillan Company for “The Way to Better Farming and Better Living” by Sir Horace Plunkett; for “The Realm of the Commonplace" by L. H. Bailey, and for “The Fatalism of the Multitude” by James Bryce; to The Atlantic Monthly and to the author, Myron T. Herrick, for “The Farmer and Finance;" to G. P. Putnam's Sons and to the author, Paul Elmer More, for "A Hermit's Notes on Thoreau;' to The Atlantic Monthly and to the author, Henry S. Pritchett, for “Science;" to Houghton Mifflin Company for “Huxley” by Paul Elmer More; to D. C. Heath and Company and to the author, Eugene Davenport, for “ Education for Efficiency;” to Science and to the author, W. H. Jordan, for “The Function and Efficiency of the Agricultural College;" to The University of Chicago Press and to the author, F. J. Turner, for “The Significance of the Frontier in American History.”