GREAT BRITAIN: Pass the Bread

Few children under twelve in Britain have ever tasted white bread, but they soon will have the chance. Last week Prime Minister Churchill's government announced that April will bring the end of wartime controls which restrict bakers to a nutritious but not widely beloved brownish bread known as the "national" loaf.

On the same day controls on the prices and uses of cereals and livestock feeds will also end. This should mean more eggs, ham and bacon, because British farmers will be able to raise as many hens and pigs as they choose, and feed them as they please. Prices...

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