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British Food Journal Volume 87 Issue 3 1985

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 March 1985

Abstract

Life is made up of debits and credits, as Kipling wrote, long accounts have to be paid — mistakes, misconduct, misdeeds, all the mischief and harm they cause, exact payment which has to be met by someone, not necessarily those that cause the trouble; all too often by innocent victims. The recent industrial strife, destruction and violence, despite the plausible excuses for it, will have disastrous results, a colossal debit in the nation's accounts; and the mass of the people, the vulnerable groups including several millions of elderly pensioners, the handicapped and sick, are under no illusions who will have to pay. The posturing defiance — “heads held high”, bands playing martial music — the complete lack of concern or regret for others will make no difference to the overtaking retribution.

Citation

(1985), "British Food Journal Volume 87 Issue 3 1985", British Food Journal, Vol. 87 No. 3, pp. 65-92. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011764

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