Control of Primary Production:

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1937
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Liversage V.
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During the last decade or so we have seen the inception of a considerable number of group organizations of primary producers designed to secure a greater measure of control over the marketing of their products. "Here is no mere extension, or quickening of previous development ... here is something so fundamental and so novel as genuinely to merit the adjective 'revolutionary' and so vigorous in its growth as to command our utmost attention." Control schemes of regional, national and international scope have been set up, some of them directly supported by Government. East Africa has not been backward in the movement. The best known are, of course, those of international scope, and as agriculturists we are particularly interested in those relating to tea, coffee, sugar, rubber, wheat, and cotton.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, III (No. 1), p. 60-63
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