Jorian Jenks —This book is a summation of BUF agricultural policy,
as drawn up by one of Oswald Mosely’s most senior lieutenants.
He favored agricultural autarky for Britain, import controls and the
establishment of an Agricultural Land Bank in order to make farm debt
more manageable. In addition, he wanted an Agricultural Corporation
to set prices and fit in with the BUF corporatist economic policy.
Jenks' ideas had an impact on government policy, as moves towards
agricultural self-sufficiency became the cornerstone of policy in
the late 1940s. When Mosely was detained under the notorious Defense
Regulation 18B, he named Jenks as temporary leader of the BUF. Jenks
was however detained as well, and after his release in 1941, withdrew
from active politics. Extremely rare reprint. 14p-sc $20