Department of Rural Sociology
During the past 20 years, beginning with the critical social-economic situation of the early 1930’s and closing with the prosperous conditions in the spring of 1950, several alternative policies were proposed regarding population adjustment and resources development. As public policies, they were by no means clearly defined. Many of them were not consistent with one another as to the goals and the courses of action that were adopted were in many cases ineffective.
South Dakota population trends, South Dakota future population prospects, South Dakota water resource development
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts
Johansen, J. P., "Population Trends in Relation to Resources Development in South Dakota" (1954). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 440.