By John Valentine Wistar Shaw
The cloth assembled during this ebook is a survey of Palestine and used to be ready among the center of December, 1945, and the top of January, 1946. the item of the survey was once to ascertain the stipulations in Palestine with designated consciousness to topics concerning absorptive skill.
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I n t h e y e a r e n d e d 3 1 s t M a r c h , 1 9 4 5 , i t i s p o s s i b l e to identify broadly the share of Jews and non-Jews (Arabs together with other). The identification refers, however, to the individual who paid the tax rather than to the individual who actually bore its incidence. Whereas in conditions of relatively free competition it can be assumed that the tax payer finds itdifficult to shift the burden on to others, this assumption becomes partially or wholly untenable in abnormal circumstances, such as prevailed in the last fiscal year, which might have been loosely described as constituting a seller's market.
2 ) Tobacco, a c c o u n t i n g f o r £ P . 9 4 9 , 8 1 9 , h a s b e e n a l l o c a t e d a c cording to the share of Jewish manufacturers in the total production, with an allowance for Jewish consumption of nonJewish brands. 428,000. ( 3 ) Intoxicating liquors. ; Ê P . 6 3 9 , 1 2 7 h a v e b e e n a l l o c a t e d , a c count being taken of consumption by military personnel and visitors, as to 60 per cent, to Jews (£P. 383,500). ( 4 ) Salt ( £ P . 3 3 , 9 2 5 ) h a s b e e n a l l o c a t e d b y a n a l y s i n g t h e l o c a l i t y of sales by the Salt Company.
This quotation, touching on the characteristics of the country and its people at the beginning of the mandatory administration, indicates the initial difficulties which had to be faced in bringing into being a system of policing and of justice. •XVI« early complicated by the growth of virulent racial feeling, first manifested in the riots of 1920, and periodically up to the Arab rebellion of 1936-39. It was complicated in a different way by the settlement yearly of a growing number of persons accustomed to various régimes in their countries of origin (but seldom the kind of regime calculated to engender respect for constituted authority) who tended to congregate in the cities,to establish new townships and to form their agricultural colonies—all of which produced new problems of security.
A Survey of Palestine by John Valentine Wistar Shaw