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and this is said to be one reason why such large numbers of workmen leave the Donetz mining fields. A statement in the official Izvestia of August 17, 1930, says:
The inefficient distribution of food supplies in the Donetz Basin is another important cause of high labor turnover. Reports from various localities indicate that the attitude of the consumers' cooperatives in the Donetz coal district toward their work is almost criminal. Shortage of vegetables, sales of spoiled cabbage, 2.5 rubles as the price of a kilogram of tomatoes, while there is an abundant crop of these in the Ukraine, are intolerable. The cooperative organizations of the Ukraine are as guilty as those of the Donetz Basin because, in the face of the shortage of vegetables in the Donetz Basin, they failed to ship the required quantities to that district, while similar shipments to other localities were much in excess of the need.
Printed for the use of the Committee on Ways and Means
Report No. 2, Second Series.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1931
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COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
WILLIS C. HAWLEY, Oregon, Chairman
JAMES W. COLLIER, Mississippi.
CHARLES R. CRISP, Georgia.
CORDELL HULL, Tennessee.
ROBERT L. DOUGHTON, North Carolina,
HEARTSILL RAGON, Arkansas.
SAMUEL B. HILL, Washington.
HARRY C. CANFIELD, Indiana.
CLAYTON F. MOORE, Clerk