1943 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
REVIEWS BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL ,of food control, from the conditions that produce deficiency diseases to the planning of agriculture in the post-war world. Everywhere the author's common sense-sometimes, moreover, expressed with an attractive pungency-makes itself felt. This is a book that will be enthusiastically welcomed by the level-headed reformer and even by the intelligent revolutionary, but will give poor comfort to the food crank or to the defeatist.
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