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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors argue that despite the grave crisis that is upon us, there is indeed a future for wool in the market places of the world, and there is every likelihood that the business of producing wool will prove to be viable for a significant number of woolgrowers, though certainly not for all those who are engaged in it today.
Abstract: Anyone who tackles this task as I do today has a responsibility to be as objective and factual as is humanly possible. Being objective involves not only an avoidance of wishful thinking, but also an ability to avoid being unduly influenced in one's judgment by the circumstances of the moment. My intention today is to assert that, despite the grave crisis that is upon us, there is indeed a future for wool in the market places of the world. I want also to suggest that there is every likelihood that the business of producing wool will prove to be viable for a significant number of woolgrowers, though certainly not for a number of those who are engaged in it today. These achievements will not occur automatically. They can happen, however, if all concerned play their proper parts, and set about the task with a clear understanding of the issues involved, and with courage, skill and vigour.

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