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a highly productive pasture composed largely of annual grasses and clovers. It has a tremendous capacity to make milk but is susceptible to outbreaks of hypomagnesemia.
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48) Despite their agreement, Ley continued to lobby for his plan and tried unsuccessfully to have Selzner appointed to an office in the Labor Ministry to coordinate affairs between the DAF and the RAM.
On the basis of its work, Ley decided to press forward and met Hermann Goring to discuss his ambitions on 3 March 1939.
By formally presenting a written plan, Ley gave his opponents something substantial that they could attack.
The outbreak of the war encouraged Ley to press his ideas with greater vigor.
58) Ley used this charge, which was widely publicized in outlets such as the Volkische Beobachter as well as the Reichsarbeitsblatt ("Reich Labor Gazette"), to clear away political and bureaucratic opposition and to energize his own subordinates, particularly in the AwI.
59) During the fall of 1940, at the same time that the Luftwaffe was attacking Britain, Ley launched a propaganda Blitz intended to gain support for his plan and to highlight its superiority over the British welfare system.
Ley decided not to let the draft circulate more widely so as to prevent it from being picked apart during the staffing process.
Ley turned again to the public to drum up support for his vision.
In early January 1942, Leonardo Conti, the Reich health leader, old fighter, and member of the Nazi party and the SS, complained to Hitler that Ley was trespassing on his territory.
On 21 November 1942, Bormann wrote Ley to tell him that Hitler did not have time for the pension issue.
It was not, though, because Hitler's war of racial conquest did not go according to plan, depriving him and Ley of the opportunity to remake the racial and social composition of Germany, Europe, and, ultimately, the world.
This was due to the fact that the AwI was familiar with contemporary thought on the subject, many of its members having had mainstream academic backgrounds, and that Ley was pursuing a policy that was simultaneously racist, collectivist, and anti-capitalist.