Washington Law Review
In our generation American agricultural leaders have pioneered a new system of marketing. They have developed and expanded a new type of business unit: an association of producers acting by and through a non-profit corporation agent which they create and control. In our day the lawyers, admmistrators, judges and legislators are engaged in clarifying the legal concepts involved in the personal, corporate and propity relations which a pioneering generation of agricultural cooperators have created by their new commercial practice called cooperative marketing.
A. L. Jensen,
Cooperative Corporation Law on the Marketing Transaction,
22 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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