Who's Getting the Sugar?

Fuller, Helen
March 1942
New Republic;3/23/42, Vol. 106 Issue 12, p391
Focuses on the efforts to reduce the consumption of molasses in the manufacturing of alcohol in the U.S. Claim that alcohol can also be made from grain-corn and wheat; Suggestion to utilize all high-proof grain distilleries to capacity for alcohol production; Proposal that the best way to use the low-proof distilleries is to produce 140-proof grain alcohols in them and then to transport this alcohol to the high-proof distilleries.


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