The Cooperation Pavilion was striking in its sobriety and the bold severity of its lines.
It was set against the gardens of the Petit Palais.
It grouped the three forms of co-operation: Consumption, Industrial Production and Agricultural Production.
Lectures were given on the various forms of this social action.
One could gather precious information about the different countries united in the International Cooperative Alliance which had its headquarters in London.
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