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Old 24-02-2004, 11:35 PM
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Default reverse Reyn plan for inevitable future fuel crises?

Cheap fossil fuels between the wars brought cheap grain imports to
Sweden, further ruining farming opportunities constrained before by
wartime hardship, while a wave of industrialism, fueled by that cheap
energy, began to sweep Europe.
Swedish peasants were being starved off their farms by a grain price
floor felled by boatloads of imported grain.
A trade unionist initiated a unique three-party
business-union-government partnership which retrained idled peasants
for opening trade opportunities in Swedish cities' burgeoning
industrialism.

As we approach the end of cheap energy, with oil reserves' dwindling
about to appear over the tiny business planning horizon, thus
skyrocketing oil prices, with oil's competitors gas, coal and
electricity right behind in price shocks, the forces that drove
Swedish peasant farmers from their land will reverse.
Perhaps we can prepare by planning and/or creating organic
business-rural small government-smallholder trade union
tri-partnerships again, in Reyn's early 1940's model.

Brian Cady

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