What Is Wrong With European Agriculture In Kenya?

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1945
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Liversage, V.
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European agriculture in Kenya was the subject of almost continuous political preoccupation during the decade before the war. One scheme or another for putting it on its feet was under review most of the time, the majority of the schemes being concerned with raising the price of the products. In this, Kenya was of course by no means peculiar, since the same nay 'be said of most other countries. But Kenya is unlike most countries in that agriculture contributes nearly the whole of the "national income'. There appeared to be a widespread nation that European agriculture could not subsist on export prices alone, and must receive a measure of support from the local -market in order to survive. At the same time, increased white settlement was an a vowed object.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, X1 (NO 2), pp. 80-84
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