No Shortage of Politics

The East is already so short of sugar that rationing is overdue—and the Senate Finance Committee is this week going to try to find out what's wrong. There has been no sugar rationing yet, because the Administration has not dared put it into effect—for fear that the public would demand its half a pound per week, when retailers do not have it to sell. But the Senate committee will be far more daring than the Administration if it has the nerve to tackle the political interests which have gotten the U.S. into its...

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