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1940-1941
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Amani;R E.
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Some readers must I have been surprised by the absence in recent numbers of direct reference to agricultural war policy or war work. Several factors have contributed to this effect. A potent one is that the relatively long(quarterly) intervals at which the Journal appears make it unsuitable as a vehicle for declarations of, or guides to, policy that it is desirable to "put across" speedily. A contribution on the possibilities of bacon export. for example, became obsolete before it could be printed. Another factor is that although work on problems of war supplies is proceeding in a number of most interesting directions it has not as a rule reached the stage of being ripe for publication, even if that were, from the censor’s point of view, entirely unobjectionable
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 6, p. 117-118
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