The Test of Code Authorities and Trade Associations
This address is illuminating and important from the standpoint of private forestry whose progress and success is so largely dependent on the enforcement of Code Authority. Dr. Compton brings out the function of industry and the limitations of government in a manner which should attract the thoughtful attention of foresters. It is to be regretted that lack of space prohibits reproducing the statement in full.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: General Manager, Natl. Lumber Mftrs. Assoc., N.R.A. Chief of Trade Associations and Chairman Code Authority Organization Committee
Publication date: 1934-05-01
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