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Commercial Dehydration: A Factor in the Solution of the International Food Problem
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
THE world war through which we have just passed has awak-'*' ened us to the importance of the theories of Malthus, long since expressed. In days of peace, with new countries opening up and extending their agriculture, new and improved methods of food handling and transportation we were inclined to regard the dangers of food shortage or starvation as imaginary and impossible, and to believe that our system of crop production and marketing, while not fully utilizing the scientific knowledgedoi:10.1177/000271621908300105 fatcat:t5feq3lldzd5xkivmstxs3r3z4