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'William Beveridge, speaking to his proposals on social security, said that security against sickness was one of the two factors of post-war reconstruction that did not raise any big political issue, but that this would not be true if it were shown that the primary factor in the prevention of sickness lay in soil management. In that event, any government, if it is to fulfil its duties of serving the common good, would have to exercise a wide control, not only of land utilization and management, but also over the whole range of subsidiary interests that at present handle the production and distribution of the nation's food supplies, as well as over the methods employed for disposal of municipal wastes. Among those concerned in this wide range of activities are some very powerful vested interests, and thus any programme for the promotion of health that was based on soil fertility would raise political issues of the first order.'
Lady Eve Balfour - Living Soil