Business & Finance: Biggest Campbell

Before the War, Russia was one of the world's largest exporters of wheat, averaging 4,173,800 long tons yearly. But last year, Soviet Russia was a large importer of wheat, due to: 1) inadequate transportation facilities; 2) to peasant dissatisfaction, and 3) to the total crop failure in 1924. The government now projects a campaign to increase the 1929 planted acreage 8%, to modernize farm methods.

While Russia's rich peasants (Kulaki) want to reduce their 1929 acreage, Moscow has planned a vast tract, of 10,000,000 acres, where wheat may be grown abundantly and efficiently. As...

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