Rural Life in Europe

@article{Stamp1940RuralLI,
  title={Rural Life in Europe},
  author={L. Dudley Stamp},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1940},
  volume={145},
  pages={356-356}
}
IT is one of the inevitable consequences of war that the steady march of social progress is interrupted by the more urgent problems of the moment. In Britain, for example, the great work of slum clearance and rehousing has been temporarily suspended, and it is actually possible in the lull to take stock of what has been achieved in the past twenty years. On the other hand, reforms which might have been delayed indefinitely may be rushed through if they have an important bearing on the… CONTINUE READING