Rationing: Democracy's Test

Straight, Michael
February 1942
New Republic;2/9/42, Vol. 106 Issue 6, p192
Focuses on the price bill proposed by the U.S. Office of Price Administration with emphasis on sugar-rationing order. Comparison of sugar purchases of this year with last year; Benefits gained by the British and German Government through the rationing system during wartime; Uniform allocation of basic food to all needful through the rationing system.


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