Allocation of Grain for Production of Ethyl Alcohol
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Allocation of Grain for Production of Ethyl Alcohol hearings before the United States Joint Committee on the Economic Report, Subcommittee on Grain Allocations, Eightieth Congress, second session, on Feb. 5, 6, 1948.

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Considers Executive request for continued authority to control grain allocations for distillery use.

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Paginationiii, 158 p.
Number of Pages158
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Open LibraryOL22311049M

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