Agricultural Co-operation in the Soviet Union (1929) examines agriculture in the USSR as the government was restructuring all national economic life and enterprise on a state socialist basis. It looks at the significance of farming co-operatives in Soviet agricultural planning and describes the actual work of the agricultural co-operatives.

1. The Present Position of Agricultural Co-operation  2. The Legal Foundations of Agricultural Co-operation  3. The Commercial Activity of the Agricultural Co-operatives  4. The Central Unions  5. The Co-operative Organisation of Peasant Economy  6. The Financial Position of the Agricultural Co-operatives  7. The Foreign Trade of the Agricultural Co-operatives  8. The Representation Abroad of the Agricultural Co-operatives of the Soviet Union