Will America Go Hungry?

Fuller, Helen
September 1943
New Republic;9/13/43, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p357
Focuses on the comprehensive wartime food program for the United States, which is being considered by Secretary of Agriculture Claude Wickard. Concern on food production as an integral part of the total war program in the report; Indication of deficiency in war food supplies from the United Nations; Prediction on decline in the food-crop yield of the U.S.; Details on the food produce allocated for home civilian use, military forces, and other purposes in the U.S.; Anticipation of furnishing a nutritionally adequate diet for all Americans with the program.


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