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1. Sugar backgrounder (id:41852)

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2. Beet sugar supply response in the United States (id:CAT77686863)

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3. Cane sugar supply response in the United States (id:CAT77685829)

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4. The Sugar industry's structure, pricing, and performance (id:CAT77684781)

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5. A history of sugar marketing (id:CAT78701114)

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6. Sweeteners used by the dairy industry : their competitive position in the United States (id:CAT87201739)

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7. Inversion of sucrose and other physiological changes in harvested sugarcane in Louisiana (id:CAT86200931)

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8. Facts about the sugar situation (id:1759085)

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9. Sugar in wartime (id:1758849)

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10. Sugar for canning and preserving : broadcast by Dr. Louise Stanley, Bureau of Home Economics, and Mr. Wallace Kadderly, Office of Information, broadcast Thursday, April 30, 1942, in the Department of Agriculture period of the National Farm and Home Hour, over stations associated with the Blue Network [of the National Broadcasting Company] (id:6347809)

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11. Sugar and its value as food (id:1759180)

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12. Sugar and its value as food (id:1759585)

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13. Marketing practices and price spreads for sugar, 1960-72 (id:CAT78661481)